Preschool director Louise K. Mancini has spent the last 27 years faithfully serving Summit Christian School, and the 7 years prior as a classroom preschool teacher at First Baptist of West Palm Beach. Louise is an Early Childhood educator and holds a National Childhood Development Associates degree through Palm Beach State College and a Florida Preschool Director’s Credential through Florida State University.
For the past 13 years Mrs. Mancini has been the Faith-based representative on the Child Care Advisory Council of Palm Beach County and currently serves as Chairman of the Council. She has also been a conference speaker for FAACS and for Christian Schools of Palm Beach County.
When asked about her personal call to Christian education, Louise shares, “ Upon rededicating my life to the Lord 35 years ago, it was shortly thereafter that God opened the door for me to teach in a Christian school here in West Palm Beach. I knew then that His plan for my life was to share His love and message while teaching and nurturing young children.”
Louise sees Atlantic Christian Academy as an outstanding choice for parents in Palm Beach County who are looking for a private, growing Christian school that reaches children of all ages, from infancy through high school. She shares, “ Because of the leadership, faculty and staff that are dedicated to the importance of Christian education here at ACA, as well as being committed to reaching the needs of each child both academically and spiritually, it is our joint desire to reach out to this community with the love of Christ.”
Louise has been married to Andy Mancini for 39 years who she refers to as, “my best friend and great guy”. She enjoys spending time with her 2 daughters and 6 beautiful grandchildren, going to the beach or pool and playing tennis. Louise and Andy also look forward to sharing time with their spiritual family at THE BRIDGE church.
“Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding;
In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct you paths.” Proverbs 3:5-6