Dave Morris, Athletic Coordinator

Dave Morris is a widely respected teacher and coach with experience spanning the past two decades teaching Coaching, Physical Education, Sports Management, and other courses at the collegiate level at a wide variety of institutions. As a third-generation educator, coach and consultant with experience coaching at every NCAA level, high school and with elite clubs. His teaching focuses on sports management, physical education and coaching at the high school and college levels.

Dave taught in the Center for Healthful Living at Oxford College of Emory, was an academic advisor and faculty in the Physical Education program at Oakland City University, Program Coordinator for Sports Management at Culver-Stockton College, and the Coaching Minor Program Coordinator at the University of Wisconsin – Stout. He also was involved in authoring accreditation documents, program and practicum evaluations, and other academic committee work in higher education.

Prior to his time in college, Dave was a high school coach and middle school teacher, specializing in Social Science and English as his undergraduate degree was in Asian Studies at the University of Michigan. He also earned a master’s degree from Frostburg State University (MD) in Education/Sports Management. Today, Dave lives with his wife Sharon and daughter Sydney in Tumwater, Washington.

Our Constellation of Experts Includes:

Academic Coordinator

Michele Evard

Michele brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to homeschool educational consulting.

She has wide ranging experience designing homeschool programs that meet students where they are in their educational journey and provide them with the preparation and rigor they need to reach their goals! Michele collaborates with families to create their own personalized education plans. She can access options and opportunities that go far beyond any basic school curriculum, identifying accessible in person classes, online courses, dual enrollment, community college classes, private tutoring, educational cooperatives, and independent research that elevate your students interests and educational goals. Her expertise extends to academic administration as well, producing transcripts, course descriptions, educational philosophy statements, counselor recommendations, and other professional documentation that admissions counselors can easily understand.

Michele’s educational background, her twenty years of homeschooling, and her years of mentoring tweens and teens in their educational journeys combine to give her a wide perspective and the unique ability to facilitate your child's path to educational outcomes that allow them to learn and thrive.

Boston Metro Tennis Pro

Alex Wong

Alex is the current Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach at Regis (MA) College. Before Regis, Wong served as Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach at Wheaton College. Wong has also previously coached at Bentley University, Vassar College and Brown University.

At Regis College, Wong recruited and coached the 2022 Men’s Tennis GNAC Player of the Year Andrew Bienvenu as well as the 2022 Women’s Tennis GNAC Player and Rookie of the Year Kiana Thompson. At Vassar College, Wong coached numerous All-Liberty League players, including Nick Litsky, the 2014 Liberty League Co-Rookie of the Year. Litsky would also be named the 2017 Matthew Vassar Award winner, awarded to the Vassar student-athlete with the best outstanding career. Wong also recruited the 2021 Matthew Vassar Award winner in David Gandham. His teams at all institutions were consistent ITA All-Academic Team selections as well as ITA Scholar-Athlete honorees.

During his 10 seasons at Bentley University, he collected a combined 206 victories with the two programs, including six appearances in the NCAA Division II Men’s Tennis Tournament and two trips to the NCAA Division II Women’s Tennis Tournament. He was named ITA Men’s East Region Coach of the Year in 2010 and ITA Women’s East Region Coach of the Year in 2009.

As a student-athlete at Wesleyan University from 1999-2003, Wong was the No. 1 player for the Cardinals, earning a top-15 ranking during his final three seasons and qualifying for the NCAA individual tournament. He graduated Wesleyan in 2003 with his Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and then he went on to earn his master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in management from Bentley in 2010.

Wong has continued to play tennis at a high level, as he finished 2015 ranked #1 in the United States in 30 -and-under singles. He is a multiple recipient of the USTA Gold Ball, Silver Ball and Bronze Ball. Since May 2010, Wong has been the Director of Tennis at the Woodland Golf Club in Auburndale, MA managing the entire tennis program as well as teaching clinics, private lessons and group lessons to players of all ages.

Kansas City Metro Basketball Coach

John Windham

I am a former professional and college head coach, many years coaching on the high school level as well. Many of my players have gone on to play college ball and have had four former players go on to play professionally overseas.

Have had much success in developing players to their full potential and have given advice on college recruiting as well.

If you are a player looking to move your game to the next level and learn from a coach that has been their as a player and coach, then we need to talk. Ideally looking to work with players who are in grades 6 and higher. Will work with players aspiring to play overseas as well.

As George Lehmann, basketball clinician says, "The Road to Success is Always Under Construction." Let us get busy building that Road to Success.