Patty Hewitt


Patty Hewitt completed her Dual Degree undergraduate studies at the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Bachelor of Science in Biochemical and Biophysical Sciences. She holds a Ph.D. in Biochemistry, with a focus on cell polarity and cell-cell adhesions, from the University of Texas at Houston/University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Never originally having a desire to teach, throughout her life the Lord continued to open the doors for her to serve Him through instructing and mentoring students of all ages. Walking by faith, Dr. Hewitt has found immense joy in the journey of teaching science, Bible lessons, and ballroom dance.

Danielle Greene


Danielle Greene is originally from Katy and a graduate of Mayde Creek High School. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin, she and her husband, John, moved to the Dallas area. Danielle was privileged to teach Algebra 2, Precalculus, and Calculus AB in Plano ISD before moving back to Katy in 2009. She was then blessed to spend a year teaching at her alma mater, Mayde Creek, before becoming a stay-at-home mom to daughters Kinley and Harper. Danielle and her family are active members of Kingsland Baptist Church. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Theological Studies from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. 


In 2020, the Lord brought Danielle’s youngest daughter to Kindergarten at BCA, and the family fell in love with the school. Danielle is thrilled to be returning to the classroom, especially a classroom where the name of Jesus can be proclaimed! She loves making math accessible to all kids and looks forward to building relationships with her students. 

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Chelsea Denzler


Chelsea Denzler is an educator of the humanities. She holds an A.A in Liberal Arts for Lonestar College, B.A. from Houston Baptist University in Great Texts, which is Ancient to Medieval History and Literature studies, and an M.A. from Villanova University in Classical Studies with a focus in Latin. She has taught a variety of subjects at the secondary and college level including: Ancient and Medieval History, Religion, Logic, English, Latin, Spanish, and Music. Mrs. Denzler is currently enrolled in an online seminary program to study Apologetics with Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Greg Smith


Greg Smith has a Masters in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Master of Arts from the University of North Texas. A former corporate compensation manager at Texas Instruments, Greg changed careers and has been writing, speaking, and teaching in Christian ministry since 1996. He is the author (under his pen name, David Gregory) of ten published fiction and nonfiction books, including The New York Times bestseller Dinner with a Perfect Stranger. Three of his books have been made into feature films. His books’ genres reflect his personal passions: evangelism, apologetics, living under grace, the believer’s union with Christ, praising God straight from Scripture, science fiction, and the Founding Fathers. He is a former staff member of two Christian ministries, including Charles Swindoll’s Insight for Living.

Greg has taught high school English, history, geography, and creative writing at two private schools in the Katy area, and has served as a teacher in the high school, junior high, and adult ministries at his church, Redeemer Community Church in Katy. His desire is to nurture students in loving God and people from the heart and to walk in His truth. He has four teenage children that he brags on.