Our team has a passion for STEAM education, with each member contributing their own unique perspective on the established fundamentals of math, science, art, and computer technology.
Director / Instructor
Jeremy Wilson has a love for teaching and sharing information that will better equip our community’s children for the future. He was homeschooled all through high-school and believes in the value of character development in one’s youth to make wise life choices. Jeremy has been teaching in a school classroom environment since 2008 he is a very popular, hands-on, effective instructor, in a variety of disciplines. Students in Mr. Wilson’s classes can expect a fun and playful learning environment where core character qualities are covered throughout his classroom curriculum. He has a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and has several certifications from project management to web development. Mr. Wilson’s past experiences have included being a Learning Consultant for Cox Communications and a High School Counselor and teacher for Tabernacle Christian Academy. Mr. Wilson has also been a martial arts instructor at White Dragon Martial Arts for over 25 years and still teaches to-date. He loves spending his free time with his wife, 8 kids, and 4 grandchildren. He enjoys his family time, martial arts, and is an avid supporter of Make-A-Wish Foundation San Diego.
Alexandria Wilson, also known as Allie, has a passion for serving the community and teaching kids the fun of working with others. Allie did both private school and homeschool growing up, and was accepted into San Diego State University at the age of 16 years old. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Recreation and Hospitality Tourism Management from SDSU where she graduated with the award of excellence in her department. Allie was a Recreation Leader and Assistant Center Director for the City of San Diego for seven years. During her time with the City of San Diego she taught a variety of sports/classes to all ages and oversaw the operations and training of staff members. Allie expanded her love for assisting others by working in the Sales and Catering department in the hotel industry. Allie is a very organized, positive, hands-on instructor in her classes. She desires to help guide kids to achieve their future goals and prove that learning can be fun. She enjoys spending time with family, traveling the world, reading books, and playing with her dog.
Joanna Wilson was homeschooled and graduated from the Advanced Training Institute of America. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Family and Consumer Sciences in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Wyoming. Joanna has traveled the world and served with international non-profit organizations, serving in children’s ministry, tutoring, and providing teacher training for children’s workers. She is a musician and taught beginning piano lessons for children. Other experiences include providing respite care for disabled children and adults, dietary services at a rehabilitation hospital and senior care center. Joanna enjoys the outdoors, traveling, music, teaching, dancing, and nutrition. She desires to help others achieve maximum health through a holistic and natural approach.
Nicholas Wilson graduated from TCA (Tabernacle Christian Academy) as Valedictorian. As the top graduate of his class, he gave the class commencement speech. Nicholas demonstrated outstanding character and was awarded an academic scholarship to further his college education. Nicholas worked at Inflatable World for 4 years where he supervised children of all ages. He is currently a full time college student. Nicholas comes from a large family of eight siblings. Nicholas has a love for computer programming and coding, he is an avid gamer, and is working on finishing his degree in Graphic Design in Game Development at SDSU. We are happy to have Nicholas join our team of fun caring Instructors.
Bradley Richardson is a mathematics major with a passion for computer science and electronic technology. He has a deep understanding of computer hardware, as well as the implementation of individual components in a completed system. As an instructor, Bradley desires to share the connection between math as the backbone of the software we interact with on a daily basis and the technology that makes it all possible.
Mr. Richardson is married with three children and two beautiful dogs. Aside from spending time with his immediate and extended family, his preferred hobby is building and upgrading gaming computers for his colleagues. Bradley tutors math and Java at college, and his prior work experience includes supervising the team responsible for the complete digital archival of documentation at Western Alliance Bank.