Meet Our School Board Members
Brian graduated from Calvary Baptist School in 1991 and has a management degree from Pensacola Christian College. He and his wife, Lynn, have two children, and they live in East Greenville. Brian is passionate about UBCS and serves on the Initiative Team as well as coaches on the Varsity Boys basketball team.
Scott is a 1982 graduate of UBCS. He and his wife, Marie, live in Sellersville and have three grown children and six grandchildren. Scott has a Bible degree from Pensacola Christian College and Masters of Divinity from Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary. For 10 years, he served as the associate administrator for Calvary Baptist School in Lansdale; he re-joined the UBCS family as administrator in the summer of 2017.
Nathanael is a 2002 graduate of UBCS. He and his wife, Holly, along with their four children, live in Quakertown. He attended Bucks County Community College and Pensecola Christian College studying graphic design. He works for DLP Realty as a licensed real estate agent. Nathanael is active in his home church of Bethel Baptist Church as well as coaching basketball at UBCS. He is passionate about his family, leading them for the glory of God, as well as serving on the school board to help provide a Christian education with a Biblical worldview.
Megan graduated from Temple University with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. She currently works as a freelance writer and marketing specialist. Megan lives in the Pennsburg area with her husband and two children and enjoys writing, reading historical fiction, traveling, and scouting out the next fun activity for her family. Her son and daughter have attended UBCS for 9 years where they began in daycare and then continued on into elementary and middle school. She is part of the school’s iTeam where she helps coordinate events and fundraising efforts. You can also find her volunteering around school in various capacities from lunchroom helper to classroom parties. Wherever the Lord calls her, she looks forward to serving in His name.
Rick is a native of Bethlehem, PA. and attended Temple University. He completed a pre -law curriculum and served in the Temple US Army ROTC Program receiving an honorable discharge upon graduation. He pursued a career in financial and investment planning and has been in practice since 1973. Rick and his wife, Debra, came to Christ in 1975 when they joined Bethel Baptist Church. Their 4 children graduated from UBCS and each went on to graduate from a Christian College. In recent years, Rick and Debra have had 13 grandchildren in attendance at UBCS. Rick served the Lord as a Deacon for 32 years at Bethel which provided him and his family opportunities to be involved in many areas of church ministry. UBCS, however, holds a special place in the lives of the Connors’. It is a ministry that Rick firmly believes is foundational to assisting families and churches in the spiritual and educational training of our young people, helping them to incorporate into their lives the principles and precepts of a Biblical worldview, and, ultimately, to live a successful life that is both pleasing and honoring to God.
Linda graduated from The King’s College in New York with a degree in Elementary Education and lives in Pennsburg with her husband, Art. They have three married children – who are all graduates of Upper Bucks – and six amazing grandchildren! Linda taught in Woodbridge, New Jersey and West Chester, PA. She taught 3rd Grade at UBCS the last seventeen years of her teaching career. She also coached girls soccer for ten years! Linda is very involved in various areas of Bethel Baptist Church, where Art is also a deacon. She is very passionate about Christian Education and wants to see Upper Bucks move forward providing a great up-to-date education, never losing its devotion to spiritually training the future generations to go forth and serve the Lord, well equipped.
Mike graduated from MCCC with a degree in Elementary Education. He and his wife Brenda, live in Sellersville where they are members of Bethel Baptist Church. They have 6 grown children and 9 grandchildren; 2 of whom attend UBCS and Day Care. Mike served in both the Navy and AirForce for 20 years where he served for 9 years as Deputy Director of Family Readiness, supporting spouses and children of deployed service members. Mike also served as a scoutmaster, Sunday School superintendent, Grief Share leader and is involved in several areas of Bethel Baptist Church. The Lord has given Mike a love and heart for service. He is passionate about sharing this love and leading future generations to serve and share the Gospel.
Chris graduated from Northside Christian School in 1998 and lives in Coopersburg with his wife, Trisha, and two children. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Clearwater Christian College, his master’s in Classroom Technology from Wilkes University, and his Doctorate in Education in Educational Technology and Management from Northcentral University. Chris teaches at Springhouse Middle School and is an adjunct professor for Aspen University, Franklin University, Wilkes University, and Wilson College where he writes and teaches both graduate and doctoral courses. He also serves on dissertation committees as a subject-matter expert for Aspen University. Chris is passionate about being a husband and a father as well as serving on the school board to help Upper Bucks Christian School provide a 21st century education that meets the needs of diverse learners and glorifies God.
Robin graduated from The Christian Academy in Media, Pennsylvania. She earned her Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education and Bible at Columbia International University. She previously taught, coached and served as Athletic Director for 4 years and Summer Camp Director for 2 years at Quakertown Christian before having children. She currently lives in East Greenville with her husband Jeremy and their three children, who attend Upper Bucks Christian School. Along with raising her children she also works as a substitute teacher at both Upper Bucks and Quakertown Christian. Robin teaches Sunday School, Junior Church and Ladies Bible study at her home church, Limerick Chapel. Robin has been involved with Christian Education for 16 years and believes in the importance of training children with a Biblical worldview that will help students to go out into the world with the tools necessary to both serve and lead in a God honoring way.
Terry graduated from St. Stephen’s High School (Trinidad) in 1979 and currently lives in Quakertown with his wife, Annie, and son; they also have a grown daughter living in the area with her husband and two children as well. Since 1997, Terry has been a Production Manager at Keystone Food Products. Terry presently serves as a deacon at his home church of 31 years at Bethel Baptist Church. His passion in life is to serve the Lord to the fullest, in whatever capacity he is placed, and to instill that into the next generation.