Bridge Academy

Psalm 32:8


Teacher: Krebs ( 

Description: This college prep course emphasizes trigonometry, identities, polar equations, logarithms, sequences, limits and other topics to prepare for calculus.  The Teacher’s manual and DVD are not required to take this course but certainly could be used to assist in learning, if desired. We will typically complete one lesson each week with a few exceptions. 

*Scientific calculator required.

Text:  Math-U-See Precalculus Student Pack 

Copy/Supply fee: $15 (check written to TBD due at Orientation or at the first class)

Tuition: $495.00 ($49.50/month for 10 months, August - May or $55/month if prorated or on a 9 month payment plan)

revised 2/214/2021

Theresa Krebs

B.S. in Chemistry & Biology w/specialization in Biotechnology  

Masters of Science in Microbiology

Masters Ed in Exercise Physiology 

Theresa Krebs attended George Mason University, where she earned undergraduate degrees in both Chemistry and Biology, with a specialization in Biotechnology. She went on to pursue post-graduate studies at Northwestern University and finished her work at the University of Virginia, earning a Master of Science in Microbiology and a Master of Education in Exercise Physiology. She has taught as a graduate assistant at the University of Virginia in both Nutrition and Microbiology, as an Adjunct Professor of Biology at John Tyler Community College, and as a teacher in Richmond area homeschool co-ops in both math and science.  She currently lives in Chesterfield with her ruggedly handsome husband, Martin and their five children.  Ironically, Theresa’s childhood dreams were to have a career through which she earned lots of money and to have no children. (Incidentally, Martin says that his dream as a child was to crush the dreams of others.) In 2007, after much deliberation, prayer, and resistance (kicking / screaming), Theresa and Martin accepted God’s calling to home educate their children. They are truly grateful for the privilege and for yet another reminder that God's ways are so much higher than ours. She has learned to fully immerse herself in the home-educator lifestyle, achieving mastery of both the laminator and Ford E350 (respect the van). She is still in the process of learning as she asked her husband to write her bio for her.