Susan Bryant

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Growing up in Louisiana as a preacher’s kid, I have always been surrounded by people of faith. I’m extremely grateful that God gave me Christian parents who shared and lived their faith. When I was about eight years old, God convicted me of my sin, and I ask him to forgive my sins and be my Lord and Savior. I was baptized by my father. It has been my desire from that time for God to be glorified in my life. I have remained active in a local church all my life, serving in various capacities. As a mother, I have endeavored to instill the same faith in my children.

One of my favorite scripture verses is from King David, “ Teach me your way, Lord, that I may rely on your faithfulness; give me an undivided heart, that I may fear your name” (Psalms 86.11).

Teacher BIO

I received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Louisiana State University in 1986. After college, I moved to Texas to work for a local defense contractor as a software engineer. I married my husband Charles in 1988. After nine years in the corporate world, I felt God calling me home to be a full-time wife and mother. We have four children that I educated at home from 1996 to 2017. We started attending THEO in 2010. My children completed Cornerstone Curriculum’s Worldviews of the Western World program at THEO while I graded for Mrs. Stewart and/or Mr. Yandell for six years.

I began teaching at THEO in 2011 with Saxon 76. I added Starting Points in 2013, World History and Geography in 2015, Human Geography in 2017, and Worldviews I in 2020.


Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from LSU (1986)
E-Systems (now Raytheon) 9 years – software engineer
Homeschooling wife and mom
Homeschooled from 1996- 2017, 4 children
Married since 1988
Bible Study Fellowship children’s leader – 3 years
Summit Ministries Adult World View Conference and Training 2002
Apologetics conferences (too many to count….)
AWANA TnT leader (many years….)
THEO teacher
Saxon 76 (2011-2014)
World History and Geography (2015-)
Human Geography (2017-)
Starting Points (PATH 2011-2013, THEO 2013-)
Worldviews I (2020-)

Below are introductory videos by Mrs. Bryant who will provide insight into each of her classes.  First up is her Worldview 1 class:
Worldview 1

In addition to teaching Worldview 1, Mrs. Bryant also teaches a Tuesday afternoon Starting Points class which meets 1:30-4:30.
Starting Points

Next is her Human Geography class taught from 9:30-11:30 on Wednesdays at THEO, with prep for the AP Human Geography exam.
Human Geography

Mrs Bryant also teaches World History and Geography, a two credit class for high school students who love to tie together history with geography.
World History and Geography