Bryan Lynch is headmaster (since 2002) of Veritas School, a preK–12 classical and Christian school in Newberg, Oregon. Bryan was a founding board member of Veritas, and has served in private and public education for 40 years. In addition to his administrative duties, Bryan teaches rhetoric and humane letters to eleventh-grade students. Bryan has presented workshops on faculty development, formative assessment, and seminar discussions at ACCS conferences, led school-based teacher training, and has led numerous regional teaching conferences at Veritas. He has also served on numerous ACCS accreditation visit committees. Bryan and his wife, Ann, have three children (all of whom graduated from Veritas) and one grandchild. Bryan has an M.Ed. from Linfield College, where he majored in history and secondary education. Bryan blogs frequently on teaching and classical education at


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