I believe our children are establishing a solid and true Christian world view because of the incorporation of Christ in every subject being taught by teachers who love the Lord and are followers of Jesus! ICCS has a strong family atmosphere which we love, “It takes a village”.
Teachers who guide your child in the love of the Lord in every subject
Mrs. Karen Hibbler
Principal, 1st/2nd Grade
Karen is married to Allen. She is a mom to Chelsea, Becca, Alivia, Dustin and Erin.
She loves ICCS and the students that make it so special. Her interess include reading historical fiction, trying new adventures with family and friends.
Mrs. Stacy Ray
Stacy is a graduate of North Branch HS and Oakland University. She has been teaching since 2006. Previously, she taught preschool, kindergarten and third grade. Her husband is also a teacher and they live in Lapeer. She has two children, Will and Alexis.
Miss Chelsea Hibbler
Chelsea is as ICCS alum, a local youth group leader, and a puppy mom to a chocolate labradoodle named Rory. Her interests include DIY projects, reading, and being an avid Detroit sports fan.
Mrs. Corine Louwsma
Corine works in the office, making sure things run as smoothly as possible. She has been married to husband Jim for 23 years. She enjoys reading up on natural and herbal remedies.
Mr. Josh Prantera
3rd/4th Grade, Physical Education
Josh graduated from Spring Arbor University with an Elementary Language Arts degree. He also went to Imlay City Christian School from 1st through 8th grade and recognizes the importance of a Biblically-based education. He previously taught within the Lapeer School District both at the middle school and elementary level.
He is married to Aleshia Prantera and has a two-year-old son, Elijah, with a second child on the way, He is committed to teaching and encouraging every student at ICCS.
Mrs. Justine Bertram
5th/6th Grade – Long Term Sub
Justine is married to Brandon with one child named Allie. She enjoys spending time with family and friends. Her interest are playing sports, coaching and hunting.