Dr. Herndon serves as the Headmaster at Saint Augustine School. He obtained a B.S. in Science from Mississippi State University, a M.S. from Mississippi College in Educational Leadership, and a Ph.D. in Education Administration from Southern Mississippi University. He served as a math teacher and administrator for 14 years in Jackson Public Schools before joining Saint Augustine in 2015. In addition to his administrative duties, Dr. Herndon has taught Pre-Physics and Geometry at Saint Augustine.
Dr. Herndon and his wife Jolie live in Madison, MS and have four children—all of whom attend Saint Augustine. They have been members of Riverwood Bible Church since 2002 where he serves as a deacon and worship leader. He enjoys reading books when he gets a chance, 10-hour family road trips, family movie nights, wood-working, and any sport/activity that scratches his competitive itch.
Mrs. Forster serves as the Provost for Saint Augustine School. She also teaches Logic and Algebra II. She received a Bachelor’s of Arts in both Philosophy and Political Science from the Barksdale Honors College at the University of Mississippi, as well as a Recognition of Excellence on the Secondary Math Praxis II examination. Mrs. Forster has always been passionate about education. Before serving on the founding board of directors for St. Augustine, she taught and tutored in various settings and homeschooled her own children. Additionally, she writes for Mockingbird Ministries and is in the midst of a book of devotions based on the hymns of the faith.
Ann Lowrey and her husband, Paul, live in Jackson, where they are members of First Presbyterian Church. The Forsters’ four children range in age from four to fourteen, and they are enrolled at St. Augustine. In addition to her hobbies of writing and reading, Ann Lowrey loves to cook and to sing. She’s pretty good at the former and quite bad at the latter.
Mrs. Evans has been an educator for nearly 20 years. She received both a B.S. degree in Elementary Education and an M.S. in Educational Leadership from Mississippi College. Most of her teaching experience has been in the Madison County School District as a teacher, interventionist, and literacy specialist. The Evans clan joined Saint Augustine School in 2016, and each year they have grown in their love and appreciation for the education and discipleship their family has found.
Dara and her husband Mark live in Madison with their three children, and they are active members of Broadmoor Baptist Church. Most of all, she enjoys the ordinary days spent at home cooking, reading, and watching sports and movies with her family; but as a close second, she loves to travel and explore new places.
Mrs. Matheny began teaching at Saint Augustine in 2015. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Belhaven University, a Master’s of Education in Dyslexia Therapy from Mississippi College, and is currently pursuing a Master of Studies in Classical Christian Studies at New Saint Andrew’s College.
She attends Holy Trinity Anglican Church where she enjoys being shaped by the liturgy of church tradition. When she is not working on school assignments, you will find her enjoying the outdoors, reading, arranging flowers, or chopping vegetables.
Mrs. McGehee received both a Bachelor of Science and Master of Education in Elementary Education from Mississippi College. Mrs. McGehee taught 4th grade at Madison Station Elementary for three years prior to staying home with her children and finding her way to St. Augustine.
Jessica and her husband, Allen, live in Madison, MS with their four children all of whom spend their days at St. Augustine while Jessica is teaching. The McGehees are members of Broadmoor Baptist Church where Jessica serves with the preschool ministry and Allen is involved with both the deacon ministry and prison ministry.