Mr. Jasper earned his B.A. in Secondary Education and History with a minor in Theology at Dordt College. He also received his M.Ed. in Teacher Leadership through Dordt University and his M.A. in School Leadership through Baylor University.
Mr. Jasper was a teacher and school leader at Whittier Christian High School for six years. During that time, he taught Bible, history, computer science, and entrepreneurship. He also founded, led, and developed the school’s Business Academy, E-Sports Team, and Robotics Team. In 2020, he became the school’s Director of Technology and Academic Support, assisting teachers and students with technology needs while helping school administration with more significant projects to grow and improve the organization. In this role, he was a central figure in advancing the school’s visions and programs through various proposals, research, and other initiatives.
Mr. Jasper joined CVCS in 2021 as K-12 Educational Technologist. In this role, he works with teachers and administrators to imagine how we can utilize technology to continually improve our academic program for each student and family. He also loves teaching the school’s computer science and digital production classes, where students explore these unique, 21st-century topics in creative, fun, and innovative ways.
In his free time, Mr. Jasper enjoys game nights with family and friends from church, making homemade pizzas, watching Star Wars and the Dodgers, and trying to catch up on his endless backlog of books and video games.
Master of Arts, School Leadership, Baylor University
Master of Education, Teacher Leadership, Dordt University
Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education and History with a minor in Theology, Dordt College