Head of School

Debbie Daniel was blessed to have grown up in a Christian home and accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior at six years old. She attended Eastern Mennonite College and then transferred to George Mason University, where she graduated with a B.S. in Medical Technology. She worked at Loudoun Hospital in the laboratory for thirteen years, until she was called into Christian education. She taught at Christian Fellowship School (now County Christian School) for seven years. During those seven years, she was blessed with the opportunity to teach third grade, Biology, Chemistry, Algebra 1, Geometry, middle school science (all three), and middle school math. For several years, she served as co-Dean of the middle and high school. After the decision was made to close the high school, the Lord gave her the vision of opening an independent, non-denominational Christian high school in Loudoun County. In preparation for this, she earned her Master’s in Educational Leadership from George Mason University. She and her husband, a Loudoun native, have been blessed with three children, who are all now grown.

Loudoun Christian High is a labor of love! She looks forward to the opportunity to encourage young people to love and to serve the Lord with all of their heart, soul, strength, and mind as she seeks to do the same with her life! (Mark 12:30)