Andrew Cameron is the Bible teacher for middle and high school at Clarksville Christian School, as well as coach for the CCS soccer team. Mr. Cameron is originally from Niagara Falls, New York. He met his wife, Denise, while attending Michigan Christian College, now called Rochester College. They both then attended Oklahoma Christian University, dated about a year and were married December 23, 1995. They have four children: Cara, Colin, Sveta, and Mesha. They both graduated from Oklahoma Christian and moved to Michigan where he served as the Youth Minister for the Royal Oak Church of Christ for about three years. They moved to Clarksville, TN in the summer of 2001 where he served as the Youth Minister for the Madison Street Church of Christ until the fall of 2005. He and his family attend the Church of Christ at Trenton Crossing (formerly Madison Street), where he currently serves as a deacon and is a worship leader. He graduated from Trevecca University in 2007 with a Master of Arts in Teaching degree and is certified with ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) in teaching, Bible, and administration. Since graduating, he has worked for the Clarksville Montgomery County School System and the Cheatham County School District.
Mr. Cameron’s personal philosophy on teaching is as follows: “My philosophy on teaching comes from the letters that the apostle Paul wrote to Timothy. Paul encourages Timothy to remember the things he has been taught, to be a diligent workman, and to let no one look down on him because of his youth. These ideals that Paul wrote to Timothy are the same ideals I want to encourage in my students. Students need to remember the things they have been taught, not only by me, but from other teachers as well as their parents. Also, students need to be diligent in their work. In my classroom there will be many opportunities to succeed, if only the students are willing to put time and effort into their work. Lastly, I believe that the youth of today, particularly the students of Clarksville Christian School, are not only the leaders of tomorrow, but leaders of TODAY as well. The youth of today have much to offer not only the world, but to the church also. We as adults and teachers need to be sure not to look down on today’s youth, but to encourage them and help them to be the best Christian student that they can be.”
Upper School Bible & Soccer Coach
ACSI Certification (Bible and Administration)