Middle & High School Faculty
Mr. Ron Bradford is a Cum Laude graduate of Oakland University in Rochester, Mich., where he received a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, majoring in Math and Science. A Navy veteran, he has more than 23 years’ experience as a middle school teacher. Mr. Bradford teaches middle school math and science in addition to teaching Physical Science in the high school. Ron has developed and leads extensive Middle School Field Trip Outdoor Experiential Education Programs. In these programs, nature becomes the science laboratory as the students spend up to a week discovering the wonders of creation and having a little fun as well.
Kim Cain teaches Biology I (Honors) and Anatomy and Physiology (Honors) and also serves as the Athletic Director. She graduated from Furman University with a B.S. in Biology and obtained a B.S. in Physical Therapy from West Virginia University. For most of her career, Mrs. Cain has been active in the fields of pediatric physical therapy and adult fitness. Kim is married to Randy and they have 5 children.
Mrs. Marion Clark teaches high school French and Spanish. Mrs. Clark has home-schooled her two daughters and has taught across the curriculum to many other home-schooled students in tutoring and co-op settings. She majored in French and secondary education at Furman University. She used French and Spanish in her consulting work as a public health educator in Africa and the Caribbean. In addition to teaching French to students of all ages in the U.S., Mrs. Clark has also taught ESL in West Africa and with Spanish-speaking immigrants in Greenwood. She has lived in Greenwood for 22 years with her husband, Mike McGhee, and daughters, Colleen and Sarah McGhee.
Mr. Coker teaches middle school and high school English literature, writing and grammar. He is from Hodges, S.C. but now lives in Clinton S.C. with his wife, Meghan, who is an elementary teacher, and their Miniature Schnauzer, George. He graduated from Erskine College in 2007 with a B.A. in Philosophy and from Erskine Theological Seminary in 2010 with a Master of Divinity. He is still enrolled at Erskine Seminary working on a Master of Theology. He has a passion for English literature and for critical reading, thinking and writing.
Dr. Fyock brings a wealth of educational experience to PCAG. Dr. Fyock has a B.A. in Economics from Texas A&M University, an M.A. in Business Management and Supervision from Central Michigan University and a doctorate in Educational Leadership and Administration from Liberty University. He has years of experience as a secondary school teacher. He is also an adjunct professor at Lander University, Anderson University, and Limestone College. Before his career in education, Dr. Fyock was a U.S. Air Force pilot, having flown an F-4 Phantom fighter jet during the Vietnam War. Jim and his wife Carolyn have three children, Christopher, Rebecca, and Katie, and two grandchildren.
Dr. Marshall teaches mathematics at PCAG. He graduated from Evangel University in Springfield, Mo. with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. At Evangel, he was elected into the membership of Kappa Mu Epsilon, the national math honor society. In his career, he has taught every grade from 5th grade into college and has taught Bible, science and American history. Don is an ordained Presbyterian minister and serves a church in Batesburg-Leesville. He has earned two Masters Degrees from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, near Chicago and a Doctor of Ministry from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, near Boston. His doctoral thesis teaches the Big Picture of the Old Testament. Don is married to Debby Plumstead Marshall and they have 3 sons.