Our classes meet once a week on Tuesdays or Thursdays for 32 weeks as part of our full-year classes. Our qualified tutors provide 1.5 hours of instruction each week and send students home with instructions for work to be completed until the next class meeting.
Classes meet once a week. Click on the link for a full course description.
Classes meet once a week. Click on the link for a full course description.
Bethany Henry is a veteran teacher of 27 years. After many years teaching in private schools and colleges, she has dedicated her time to the Memphis homeschool community over the last six years, teaching at Bellevue Tutorial. She has additionally been offering ACT Prep classes for 15 years. Mrs. Henry has been married for 26 years and is mother to three young men. She earned her Bachelor of Science in English Education in 1994 and her Master of Education degree in 1996. She is an active member of Open Door Bible Church in midtown.
Classes: Math Fundamentals, Consumer Math, Jr. High English, English 9, English 10, English 11/12, American Literature, American Studies, Geography
Bryan Edmiston retired from Shelby County Schools in 2018 where he taught several high school subjects. He is now a financial representative with WoodmenLife, which is very relevant to teaching Personal Finance. Bryan grew up in Memphis, and is very active at Faith Baptist Church in Bartlett, where he has taught several classes on being faithful with money as a Christian. He has a wife and four grown children who all homeschooled at some time.
Classes: Personal Finance
Dorann Simmons is a homeschool mom of two sons ages 19 and 17. She has now homeschooled for 14 years. She earned her BBA in Marketing at the University of Mississippi. After spending time in the business world, Dorann quickly realized she had a desire to work with young children & students. She earned her MAT at the University of Memphis (Memphis State). Dorann worked in public education for 6 years before being led to home education. She is excited to help students foster a love for learning, and she truly enjoys spending time with students.
Classes: Math 6, Elementary Skills Lab
Ellie Schulz has been teaching for almost 20 years as a high school teacher, a college composition instructor, an English teacher for non-native speakers, and most recently as a tutor of Psychology, Home Economics, and English at Bellevue Tutorial. She loves to work with students to help them write about the past, understand the present, and dream of the future. Her favorite thing about teaching is that she gets a front row seat to watch young people tell their stories with courage and passion for the work God has given them to do. She also loves the arts. She likes to play the piano, and she is interested in musical theater. She enjoys the visual arts, especially fashion and textile design, and she is learning to love to cook as she teaches Home Ec this year.
Classes: English 5/6, Psychology, Middle School Home Economics, High School Home Economics
Grace Nabholz, a former DoD Research Mathematician, is beginning her third year with Bellevue Tutorial. With her Master of Science in Applied Mathematics, Mrs. Nabholz incorporates "real world," applicable scenarios into each of her classes. Her time with the government included computer programming and big data analysis. She also taught at a premier private school in Mississippi before moving to Memphis. Mrs. Nabholz enjoys spending time with her husband and children. Ultimately, her goal is to glorify the Lord in every aspect of her life.
Classes: Elementary STEM Lab, Computer Discovery, Computer Applications, Physics
Heather Jones loves art, literature, design, and just about any other creative endeavor. She has been tutoring Memphis-area homeschool students in Humanities, History, and English for the last ten years, as well as administering a local tutorial for eight out of those ten years. Thrilled to be a part of the tutor team at Bellevue tutorial, she is now solely focused on introducing 8th-grade through 12th-grade students to some of her favorite classic literature and helping students hone their skills in creative and academic writing.
Classes: English 8, British Literature, Composition and American Literature, Composition and World Literature
Jeff Snow has been teaching US History, World History, and US Government/Economics for the past 25 years. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Pensacola Christian College and his Master of Arts degree from the University of West Florida. Jeff teaches a Teens Bible class on Wednesday nights and an adult Bible class on Sunday morning at his church. When not in the classroom, Jeff enjoys life on his farm in Brownsville. He is presently working on a "God in World History" radio program that will be aired in Uganda and Rwanda.
Classes: Government/Economics, U.S. History, World History
Jenny is a graduate of Blue Mountain College where she received a Bachelor of Science in Education in 1999. She later received a Master of Education from the University of Mississippi in 2002. Jenny taught for seven years in the public school system before beginning her homeschool adventure, which includes tutoring and directing a classical homeschool community for ten years. She loves gazing at mountains, camping, hiking, exploring, and jeep riding with her husband and two, teenaged sons. She is excited to be a part of the Bellevue Tutorial Tutor Team for the third year.
John has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Memphis and an MDiv from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary. He has taught multiple homeschool math classes for junior and senior high students for 10 years. Mr. Eubank has also taught Bible and history classes to high school students in the homeschool setting. In addition to being a homeschool dad of three, Mr. Eubank is pastor of Fellowship Baptist Church in Bartlett.
Classes: Bible, Pre Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II Honors, Pre Calculus
Julie Anderson-Malanga joined the Bellevue Tutorial team in 2021. She has taught Continuing Education classes for multiple universities, most recently for the Memphis College of Art. She has teaching experience in a variety of settings including public schools, homeschool groups, and outreach services for youth. In addition, she has conducted multiple workshops and private lessons. Julie received her Bachelor of Fine Arts and her Master's in Art Education.
Classes: Art 5/6, Middle School Art, High School Art
Julie is a graduate of the University of Memphis where she received her Bachelor of Science in chemistry. She has worked in research, chemical engineering, and teaching over the course of the past twenty years. She loves sharing her love of science with her students through varied experiments and lab activities. The 2022 school year will be her fifth year of teaching at Bellevue Tutorial.
Kellye Albritton has been teaching for the past 32 years. Whether it be in a classroom setting or homeschooling her own children, she has always had a passion for education. Kellye strives to create a comfortable learning environment for every student and uses a combination of interactive labs and hands-on activities to aid student understanding. This will be Kellye’s first year at Bellevue Tutorial, and we are so excited for her to join our team!
Classes: Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry
Kim Benson graduated from the University of Memphis with a degree in Spanish. After graduation she did some grant work with Latino Memphis as a Spanish interpreter at a health department clinic. She has taught Spanish to homeschoolers over the years and volunteered at Su Casa Ministries. She also enjoys practicing her Spanish on mission trips when she has the opportunity.
Classes: Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish II Honors
Mrs. Kylie Wilson began teaching with Bellevue Tutorial 4 years ago. She graduated from the U of M with a degree in English. She travels to new places every chance she gets, and especially enjoys quirky side trips. She loves inspiring students to use their writing skills to capture the world with words.
Classes: Basic Composition, Intro to Composition, Intermediate Composition, Advanced Composition
Lari Boswell is Bellevue Tutorial's resident Japanese expert! After studying Japanese in college, she moved to Japan for three years. Upon returning to the U.S., she worked closely with the Japanese staff at Sharp Corporation. Along with translating documents and interpreting during meetings, she also helped the children of new arrivals learn English as they transitioned to American schools. A homeschool mom for the past fifteen years, Lari is excited to be a part of the Bellevue Tutorial community.
Classes: Japanese I, Japanese II
Leigh Ann has a Bachelor of Science in Education from Memphis State University (U of M) with endorsements to teach math, computer programming, and business. She has taught every level of math from sixth grade to Calculus, as well as accounting and programming in both the private school and homeschool setting. With over 25 years of teaching experience, this is her seventeenth year teaching homeschool students.
Classes: Algebra I MUS, Algebra II MUS, Geometry
After seventeen years of homeschooling her own children, Mrs. Lisa has such a heart for this educational gift that she wanted to continue to be involved by helping others. This is her fourth year tutoring at Bellevue Tutorial, where she loves to see her students grow. Mrs. Lisa has been working in healthcare as a respiratory therapist for over 35 years and tries to bring her medical background into the classroom whenever she can. She is also a certified CPR instructor and teaches CPR in two of her classes. When not in class or at the hospital, she enjoys a few hobbies, but mostly enjoys spending time with her husband, their growing family, and their dog, Rusty.
Classes: Health and Nutrition, Health Occupations, Life Science
Megan Marcellini has been a theatre educator for twenty years, earning her Masters from Northern Michigan University and her BFA in Theatre Performance from the University of Memphis. She has worked with multiple Mid-South performing arts organizations, including Singleton Community Center, Playhouse on the Square, Theatre Memphis, John Robert Powers, Germantown Arts Alliance, Germantown Community Theatre, and the Crittenden Arts Council. She loves training and inspiring future performing artists and has a special heart for children’s theatre.
Class: Introduction to Theatre
Nicole Humphrey has a B.A. in English from the University of Maryland. She has been married for 21 years, has 5 children, and is in her 15th year of homeschooling. Over the last 15 years, she has had the opportunity to live and homeschool on three different continents. Traveling has given her a great love for the people and cultures of other nations which she hopes to impart to her students. She and her family live in Bartlett and attend New Hope Christian Church where she is part of the women’s discipleship ministry.
Classes: Humanities I, Humanities II, Humanities III, Humanities IV
Sarah Smith is a native Memphian who has been teaching high school students since the 2014-15 school year. She is a graduate from Christian Brothers University where she received a B.S. in Natural Science with a concentration in Education. The courses she offers at Bellevue Tutorial include Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, and Forensic Science. Her sincerest hope is to inspire students to find out what they love and to help them reach their goals for the future!
Classes: Anatomy and Physiology, Forensic Science, Biology
Shelby Chaille has been teaching elementary science for the past three years. Prior to joining the Bellevue Tutorial team, she offered private tutoring sessions for high school science, as well as homeschooling her two elementary aged children. Shelby has a passion for working with students and making learning fun. In addition to teaching, Shelby enjoys traveling, running, and spending time with her family.
Classes: Science 5/6 Chemistry and Physics, Science 5/6 Anatomy and Physiology, Earth and Space Science