Classes: Worship Arts and Movement, Craft Hours, Art
Alyssa Choplin is an artist, educator, and mother of 4 children. (ages 6,12,14,and 17) She received her Art Education degree through Indiana University in 2001. She then began teaching art in public school (at the elementary and high school levels) until starting a family, where she was fortunate to get to stay at home while they were young. She continued pursuits in art, working on murals, selling art to boutiques, and creating artwork for individual clients. She also started Wild at HeART, an in-home Art Camp and school. Alyssa and her husband are blessed to have finally moved home to Indiana recently after being away for 18 years, living in both Maryland and Arizona. In 2017, she discovered her passion for teaching preschool both in Maryland and here in Indiana. She absolutely adores having the honor to shape the hearts and minds of little ones, helping them mature spiritually, emotionally, and academically. Alyssa has loved Jesus since she was a little girl and was raised by two parents who also deeply love the Lord. She has worked on staff with Young Life, as a director for the Teen Moms ministry YoungLives. She has served in youth ministry in various capacities, spoken at Women’s retreats, served on the prayer team, and sang on the Worship Team. She is currently a coach and worship leader for the Heartland Kids ministry at Heartland Church where she attends with her husband. Alyssa feels that children have the ability to know Jesus and understand many biblical principles from a very young age!
Senior Grandmaster Coblentz is a World Certified 8th degree Black Belt and has been teaching for nearly 40 years. He is currently a student of Grandmaster Hae Man Park of Seoul, Korea who is the president of the World Chungdokwan Federation. GM Coblentz has trained State and National Champions in Taekwondo and is an Ordained Minister since 1998.
With nearly thirty years of experience in piano and music theory, a bachelor's degree in Voice from Indiana Wesleyan University, and incalculable hours of performance experience, Nathaniel Hood has had a rich passion for music cultivated within him. Music is a wonderful device that allows us to serve and communicate with God, and Nathaniel loves to come alongside students and help them discover this truth. He is a multi-instrumentalist, a novelist, a worship leader, a skateboarder, the father of two cats, and the happy husband of his wife, Audrey. His free time, if not full of the things previously mentioned, goes to reading, running, and playing video games. Nathaniel also plays in a number of local rock bands and loves to play and listen to music of all genres. He is ecstatic to bring the gift of music to the students of Northpoint and to glorify God through the whole process.
Classes: K-6th Grade Drop Off Class and enrichment
Jaime received her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from IUPUI. She worked in Lawrence township teaching elementary and middle school. Jaime has taught 2nd grade for Northpoint since the elementary school began. She loves making learning fun for the students and her favorite subjects to teach are Bible and science. Jaime appreciates individual learning styles and unique personalities in the classroom. Her classroom is usually involving fun while learning and she loves to laugh with the students. Jaime is married and blessed with 4 amazing children.
Classes: Introduction to Sports Medicine
Jodi was born in London, OH. She graduated with honors from Houghton College in 1992 with a B.S. in Biology. She completed her Teacher Certification coursework at Wright State University. Having accepted Christ at a young age, she was very thankful to attend a Christian college that was solid in the areas of science. She taught Biology in both public and Christian high schools in Ohio before having her sons. She homeschooled them both and is thankful for the many opportunities she had to teach through the years in homeschool groups and at church. She and her husband, Jim, have lived in Noblesville for over 20 years and enjoy spending time with their sons, gardening, and watching and coaching sports. They are members of Harbour Shores Church. She is excited for the opportunity to continue serving the Lord by proclaiming His truths demonstrated through His creation and working with the students at Northpoint.
Classes: Intro to Podcasting, Intro to Law Enforcement, Military History of the United States, Conversational German, Spring Play
Jon Streeter was born and raised in Indianapolis and was active in his local community throughout his high school years. A member of Castleview Baptist Church since 2008, he was involved in the youth ministry for many years and has developed a passion for youth education. He attended Hillsdale College and Oxford University and holds degrees in History, Political Science and Economics. Since 2006 he has taught at Northpoint Homeschool Classes with classes in American and World History, Government, Economics and Debate. He also runs a private tutoring program at Fishers Library for students in Military History and German. In 2014, he joined the staff of Verity Institute, a CLEP-based college program, where he teaches American Politics and both Macro- and Microeconomics. In what little free time he has, he runs a travel company called AET, which organizes educational trips in the United States and Europe and raises money to allow underprivileged high school students the opportunity to travel and “walk in the footsteps of history.
Classes: Intro to Apologetics, Intro to Philosophy, Comparative Religion
Chad grew up in Rochester, New York, as the third of six children. He moved to Missouri where he earned his BA in Bible. Upon graduation he went into full-time ministry with a focus on urban ministry. He moved to Brooklyn, NY where he led a program reaching children and families in the Bronx and Harlem. In 1987 he married Cheryl. A year later they moved to Indianapolis to lead The Caring Place, the outreach program of Calvary Temple. He led that ministry until 2022. Ministering to the urban children and families is where he learned how important it is for people to truly know Christ, which means they must know the Word of God and understand their faith. For then and only then can they be confident in their relationship with him and confidently share that faith with those around them. This is why he has such a love for philosophy, apologetics, and theology and wants young people to understand them. Cheryl and Chad have four children, four children-in-law, and nine grandchildren. In 2018, Chad earned an MA in Philosophy and Apologetics from Lincoln Christian University. In 2022 he transitioned from working at the church to start the iNDY Network (www.iNDYNetwork.org), a non-profit focused on creating a community of believers that reach individuals and renew neighborhoods. He is on the board of P30, a non-profit focused on providing space and support for entrepreneurs who are from the far eastside of Indianapolis or are establishing businesses on the far eastside. He has a love of teaching and believes that young people need to discover the truth and the power of the Gospel so they may one day be able to join Paul in stating, “I am not ashamed of the Gospel for it is the power of God for salvation” (Ro. 1:16). That is why he loves to teach Philosophy, Apologetics, Theology, and Bible, and to do so in a discussion style that allows young people to experience the truth and the power of the Gospel.