Secondary School Principal/ Interim Head of School
Education: B.A., Middle Grades Education with concentrations in Math and English from Covenant College
Mrs. Singleton joined ECA in 2010. She was the Middle School Principal for five years before becoming the Secondary School Principal in 2021. She has taught Algebra 1, Medieval History, Lit, and Bible, Logic, and a number of other classes. Prior to ECA, Mrs. Singleton taught at a Christian school in Atlanta, tutored math and SAT preparation for 15 years, and taught math at a homeschool co-op. She and her husband, Kirk, have been married for 30 years and have 4 children and 2 grandchildren. Mrs. Singleton is a member of Village Seven Presbyterian Church and enjoys reading, hiking, gardening and spending time with family.
Mrs. Singleton comes from a long line of teachers and loves combining her passion for teaching with the opportunity to mentor teachers, disciple students, and connect with families to advance the gospel and help everyone “reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.” (Ephesians 4:13). Mrs. Singleton loves Colossians 1:15-17, because it points directly to the fact that all things have been created by God and for His glory, and that He is the beginning, middle, and end for all subjects.
High School Assistant Principal and Athletic Director
Education: B.S., Kinesiology from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo M.A., Sports Administration: University of Northern Colorado Certified Athletic Administrator (CAA): National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association
Before joining ECA in 2004, Mr. Steiner worked at Lockheed Martin in the Learning & Development Department and coached football at CSCS. Mr. Steiner currently serves as ECA Vice Principal, Athletic Director, and Physical Education Instructor. He has been former Black Forest League President, served on numerous CHSAA sport committees, and has been a CHSAA Board of Directors member. “I desire that our students see the big picture and understand that their actions have consequences, both good and bad; and that if they choose to be godly in those actions, then those consequences will be blessed in our current life as well as our eternal life to come.”
Middle School Assistant Principal/Head of Curriculum for K-8th grade
Education: B.A., Elementary Education from Calvin College.
Mrs. Jones attended Christian schools from Kindergarten through college and has taught in Christian schools in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Fort Collins, CO, and she wholeheartedly values the importance of Christian education and the impact it can have on the children in our society. After working in the ECA Pre-Kindergarten program, Mrs. Jones currently serves as the Assistant Principal, Middle School in addition to teaching Pre-Algebra and Middle School Writing. “I desire to be a teacher and administrator who can open up every child’s heart and mind to learning and to loving the Lord so that they may find their purpose in the Lord.” Favorite verse: Psalm 119:105 Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.
Education: Bachelor of Music (B.M.), Church Music from Ouachita Baptist University; Colson Fellow – 2023
Mrs. Jagers had the privilege of teaching in many capacities prior to becoming the Elementary Principal. Previously, she taught music in several D11 schools, was a preschool, music, and Bible teacher in LA, and was the Preschool Director for 4 ½ years for Circle Drive Baptist (now Redemption Hill Church) where her husband currently serves as a Pastor. She is a parent of three ECA students, began volunteering at ECA in their classrooms, then soon transitioned to an aide, teacher, and Pre-Kindergarten Director. She loves reading, hiking, watching movies, and spending time with her family. She is a Colorado Springs native who was lovingly nurtured by her parents, church family and community.
Her desire is to cultivate a loving environment in which all focus stems from and points to Christ. The classical Christian method of teaching is utilized to cultivate wisdom and virtue in the lives of all image-bearers for the purpose of knowing, loving, enjoying God, and loving one another.
She hopes to partner with parents and their churches to fulfill the mission statement of ECA by showing the love of Christ while educating, equipping, and empowering these little ones to pursue their purpose in Christ.
“For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile.” – Romans 1:16
Elementary Assistant Principal
Education: M.A., Teaching from Grand Canyon University; B.A., Elementary Education from Dordt University
Mrs. Stephens came to teach at ECA in 1987 as her first job after college and has been teaching here ever since. From attending elementary and high school in Denver to a Christian college in Iowa, she’s spent her whole life in the Christian school setting. Throughout those years as a student, Mrs. Stephens’ own teachers continuously modeled their love and commitment to the Lord. This was incredibly impactful as she grew into the teacher and leader she is today, and she desires to show that same love, commitment, and enthusiasm in her own classroom. Her favorite verse is from I Thessalonians 5:16-18, Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. It is Mrs. Stephens’ continued prayer that each child who enters her classroom would find joy in learning and love serving the Lord in all that they do.
Education: B.A., Elementary Education: University of South Carolina; Continuing Education: Multnomah Bible College.
Mrs. Saks has invested over 30 years in the education and discipleship of our Covenant children. Believing language is given to us alone in the creation to reflect God’s image, she is committed to teaching our students to steward this gift well. She is privileged to introduce our students to Latin, a language which provides insight into the world of Jesus’s day, context for our own nation’s history, and perspective for the study of western civilization. “I believe there are few means more beneficial to the training of young minds than the study of Latin; the resulting virtues of discipline and understanding are great gifts to be pursued. ‘…diliges Dominum Deum tuum…in tota mente tua.’ Matthew 22:37, Latin Vulgate [‘Thou shalt love the Lord thy God…with thy whole mind.’].”
ECA Board of Directors
KERRY SINGLETON – Interim Head of School, Ex Officio Board Member
SANDI GEVING – Treasurer
Sandi Geving’s journey with ECA began in 1999 when she enrolled her daughter, Lindsay, in kindergarten. Her son, Carson, entered pre-K two years later and both attended through graduation. The connection continues as Lindsay is now a third grade teacher at ECA. While many things have changed over the years, Sandi’s commitment to and appreciation for the school and its mission have remained constant. She has a background in both education and business, having been a public school band director followed by work experience in administrative, customer service, and management roles in several industries. Her husband, Randy, and she are both originally from Minnesota, have lived in Colorado Springs since 1983, and are members of Village Seven Presbyterian Church.
David is a career-long educator, receiving his doctorate in educational research in 2014. In his early years, David taught science and math at Carachipampa Christian School in Cochabamba, Bolivia, with SIM. His teaching experience ranges from conducting engineering camps for elementary students to graduate-level research methods courses. His dissertation research explored the relationship between hands-on science teaching and math learning. David’s love for classical learning began in 1999 when he helped design the science curriculum for the burgeoning charter school The Classical Academy in Colorado Springs where he taught science and math until 2007. There, he came to understand the Trivium and its alignment with the natural cognitive development of students from kindergarten to graduate school. David is excited to use these diverse experiences to inform his work on the board in support of ECA’s mission and vision.
Will Kim grew up in the Korean American Presbyterian Church (KAPC) in Southern California and has been attending United Reformed Church of North America (URCNA) churches since 2003. After moving to Colorado Springs in 2006, the Kims commuted with others to Coram Deo Reformation Church in Denver until Covenant United Reformed Church (Colorado Springs) began in 2011. Will currently serves as a Sunday school teacher at Covenant URC and has previously served as an elder. Will and his wife, Olga, have three children who have all graduated from ECA. Will has also had the pleasure of coaching junior high and elementary basketball at ECA. Will enjoys spending time with his family, hiking, tennis, basketball, and rock climbing.
Greg Mann is a native of Colorado Springs. He and his wife, Catherine, have five children — four ECA graduates and their youngest is currently attending high school at ECA. They spent a number of years as students with Collegium Study Center before enrolling full time at ECA. Greg is a charter member of Springs Reformed Church (RPCNA) and currently serves as an elder there. Greg works as an Integrated Circuit Design Engineer (electronics) at Broadcom.
MARK MORLEY-Vice President
With a background primarily in human resources, Mark was introduced to classical education over 20 years ago. From 2006-2010, he served as elementary principal and secondary teacher at a classical Christian school in Kansas City. In 2010, his family moved to Colorado Springs where he assumed the role of Human Resources Director for the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). Mark formerly worked for the Dobson Family Institute and currently serves as an adjunct instructor at Colorado Technical University. He has a Master of Arts in Human Resources Development and a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communications. Mark and his wife, Pam, and youngest daughter, Molly, attend Village Seven Presbyterian Church where he is a ruling elder.
In addition to being a current ECA parent, Lindsey Caroon is an executive leader in marketing and communications. Lindsey holds master’s degrees in public health and nonprofit management and specializes in public health marketing. Her expertise in nonprofit management, development, and work as an adjunct instructor help inform her work on the board. Originally from North Carolina, Lindsey relocated to Colorado in 2017. She is active in her church and frequently volunteers her time with various local nonprofit organizations, including Pikes Peak United Way and Mt. Carmel Veterans Service Center.