Mrs. Pamela Fahs To All Instructors
Pamela Fahs and her family have been part of the Spectrum family since 2011. She primarily teaches English writing and literature classes, and each year, she teaches one year of the three-year "Life Skills God's Way" curriculum she has written to teach students life skills from a Biblical perspective. Pamela has been married to her husband Thomas for twenty-four years, and together they enjoy serving in the Elev8 Basketball and Vacation Bible School ministries at their home church. Pamela also enjoys serving on the Oversight Committee for Spectrum and Production Team for Stagelight Productions, caring for children at her church's English Language Ministry, and teaching middle school Sunday School.
Pamela holds a BA in Psychology from Duke University and an MA in Child Clinical Psychology from the University of Maryland College Park. Before having children, she worked as a child clinical therapist specializing in the treatment of infants and children who had been sexually and otherwise traumatized. Pamela has also coordinated and taught student leadership workshops for two Virginia school systems. Thomas and Pamela have four children, all of whom have been homeschooled: Cameron (a rising senior at Grove City College and 2017 Spectrum graduate), Riley (a 2020 Spectrum graduate), Ava (a rising junior), and Quinn (a rising seventh grader). Pamela enjoys studying the Word of God and serving with girlfriends, spending time with her kids, reading classics, playing Words with Friends, organizing, and napping. Teaching is Pamela's joy and passion, and she sincerely hopes for an opportunity to teach your children.
Current Classes Instructed by Mrs. Pamela Fahs
Dialectic English: Literature and Writing, Section 1 - 20/21 (closed)
Dialectic English: Literature and Writing, Section 2 - 20/21 (closed)
Personal Finance - 20/21 (closed)
Rhetoric English: Advanced Writing and Research Paper - 20/21 (closed)
Grammar Level English: Literature and Writing - 20/21 (closed)
Life Skills God's Way I: Etiquette and Student Leadership 8-12 - 20/21 (closed)
Rhetoric English: Literature 10-12 - 20/21 (closed)