Meet JoAnn Bradley

JoAnn Bradley first discovered her passion for teaching and learning when she started working at Effingham County High School as a Special Education Paraprofessional. She spent seven years working alongside exceptional teachers, with most of her experience being in the History and English departments. With the support and encouragement of her coworkers and family, JoAnn went on to earn a Bachelor’s in Education and Special Education, with a minor in Biblical Studies. After being blessed with a beautiful baby girl, JoAnn decided that it was time to try something new. It was then that she became the director of Jill Dixon’s Eclectic Academy of Learning in Richmond Hill, GA. This was truly a time of growth and discovery. When the location could no longer continue, JoAnn transitioned to a history teacher for the main EAL campus in Savannah, GA. In addition to teaching for Jill Dixon, JoAnn developed relationships with Calvary Day School and Point University as a substitute teacher. It was these relationships that led to her current profession. After successfully earning a Master’s in Christian Apologetics, with a minor in English, JoAnn became an English professor for Point University. She has been enjoying this line of work for the past three years. While she plans to continue teaching English for Point University, JoAnn is excited to take Jill Dixon’s Eclectic Academy of Learning to new and virtual heights.