The administrative body of Ephesus Jr. Academy is a School Board, which is elected by the church. The School Board meets on the 3rd Sunday of every month from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the school during the school year. The members of the School Board are chosen for their consecration, their belief in and loyalty to the principles of Christian education, their good judgment and tact, their experience in school matters, and their financial judgment and ability. They believe in and have a willingness to follow denominational education policies and recommendations.
The Pastor of the church is a member of the School Board. The principal of the Academy is also a member of the Board. Some members of the Board are parents of children who attend or have attended the Academy, so that the Board may profit from parental viewpoints and counsel, which result from close-up observation and experiences. The officers consist of a chairperson, vice-chairperson, secretary, treasurer and recording secretary. The principal of the school is generally appointed as secretary of the Board. The Executive Board consists of the Pastor, Chairperson, Principal and Treasurer.
The 2017-2018 School Board Members are as follows:
Pastor Allen Baldwin
Betty Bailey is the Principal at Ephesus Jr. Academy. She also teaches grades 5-8 and social studies for students in grades 1-4.
Robin Davis is the recording secretary for the school board. She has a degree in Information Technology. Robin is a proud product of Ephesus Jr. Academy.
Bravett Lyles is the Co-Chair is a retired administrator of Winston Salem Forsyth County Schools and an elementary teacher for 14 years. He can be reached at (336) 785-9244 or via email at email@example.com.
Tarsha Damon - Co-Chair
Darryl Spivey - Treasurer
Dr. Natasha Jeter - Home & School Leader
Rinard Howard is a proud former student of Ephesus Jr. Academy. He has a B.S. degree in Health Sciences and a master's degree in Healthcare Administration from Washington Adventist University. Rinard is a new school board member and is eager to help move the school forward by God's grace.
Brenda Lyles is a retired employee of Winston-Salem State University Early Childhood Development Center. She held that position as lead teacher for 10 years and assistant director for 11 years.
Dr. Phillip Owens
Ernestine Chavis Swift is the education secretary for Ephesus Jr. Academy. She is a retired educator of Winston-Salem Forsyth County School (WSFCS) and is a passionate advocate for Christian education. Ms. Swift be reached at (336) 771-0899 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.