"It was my teacher's genius, her quick sympathy, her loving tact which made the first years of my education so beautiful. It was because she seized the right moment to impart knowledge that made it so pleasant and acceptable to me."
- Hellen Keller
Rev. David Shay
Rev. Shay, the founder and headmaster of CDA, provides instruction in Ancient Latin, Biblical Greek, Literature, English, Biblical Studies, and the Sciences. A father of five, Rev. Shay also serves as the pastor of Living Church in Summerville and as a senior leader of Kingdom Ministries USA, a network of churches and ministries from across the nation.
Miss Alexis Johnson
Miss Alexis teaches mathematics and arithmetic in the schools of grammar, logic, and rhetoric. Miss Johnson finished her undergraduate degree from Thomas Edison State College.
Mrs. Shannon Johnson
Mrs. Johnson teaches kindergarten and early grammar school. She received her Accounting degree from DeVry University and has managed or owned businesses throughout her life. She has two daughters that she home-schooled for many years before settling into CDA teaching since 2014.
Mr. Judah Shay
Judah is a graduate of Christ Dominion Academy and a history student at Grove City College. He allows his love of God's providence in history and the story of His covenant people throughout time to inspire CDA students to see their place in serving God's purposes in their generation through faithfulness to Christ.
Miss Eden Shay
Miss Shay uses her artistic gifts to inspire Christ Dominion Academy students to appreciate and capture in various media the beauty and order that God has demonstrated in His creation. She also helps to manage CDA's online presence through web design and social media.
Mrs. Olivia Schlissel
Mrs. Schlissel teaches grammar school and high school online classes in literature and worldview. Mrs. Schlissel is a graduate of CDA and has her degree in New Testament Literature from Oral Roberts University. She currently lives in Ft. Sill, Oklahoma with her husband, a captain in the US Army.