Dashanique Feazell is an alumna of FCS. She received her study of Liberal Studies with an emphasis in Art from Azusa Pacific University. The role as art teacher combined two of her passions, working with kids and working with art. Her father has been her mentor and art role model, as he was a professional artist and art professor at APU. Her favorite artistic mediums are watercolor, drawing and ceramics. She wakes up each day striving to be the best teacher she can be, encouraging each student's creativity to grow. Her goal is that each student would be proud of the creative gifts and talents that God has blessed them with, so they, in return, can bless the world by sharing their art with others.
Aimee Knight is the strings and orchestra director at Foothill Christian School where she has been on faculty since 2009. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in music with a concentration in violin and vocal performance from Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado and her Masters in Music Education (M.M.Ed) from Azusa Pacific University. Aimee is also the founder and artistic director of the Foothill Christian Legacy Youth Orchestra (FCLYO) and has a private violin and viola studio. Her other interests include leading worship at Saddleback Church, musical theater, dance, and figure skating. Aimee believes strongly in the value of a Christ-centered education and is blessed to be able to educate and minister to children through music and worship.To learn more about FCLYO click here!
Doris Kohler has been teaching at Foothill since 1989. She is the piano program coordinator, which includes teaching lessons for students TK - 8th grade, organizing recitals and preparing the students for the annual ACSI Piano Festival. Her training includes a variety of musical styles, from jazz to classical, to church and worship music. In addition to teaching at Foothill, her experience includes accompanist for churches and choirs throughout the local area as well as teaching at Music & Arts in Glendora. She received her BA Degree in Music Education from Azusa Pacific University. She loves to incorporate interactive music games and music-related computer programs into her piano instruction for the younger students. She has always had a love for music and a love for children, so she finds this position extremely fulfilling. She says, "I feel I can minister to children the best through music."
Jennifer Robinson is the chair of the performing arts department who has been teaching music and drama, as well as directing and producing shows for the past 17 years.
Jennifer is in her second term as a California State Thespian ‘Festival’ board member. She is also an active member of the Drama Teachers Association of Southern California, the California Educational Theater Association, and Director of the FCS Junior Thespian Troupe, #89389. As an active member of the theater community, she is continually attending classes and workshops for acting, directing, and musical theatre. Some of these include workshops in New York instructed by world renowned actors, directors, and choreographers. Additionally, she has worked throughout the local theater community. Some of her projects, outside of FCS, include designing and/or directing at Western Christian, The Grove Theater, and California School of the Arts. Jennifer received her Liberal Studies degree and teaching credential from Azusa Pacific University (APU). While attending APU she traveled with the University Choir and Orchestra, playing the flute and singing. Some of her favorite productions she has directed at Foothill include The Little Mermaid, Matilda, Beauty and the Beast, Shrek, Aladdin, Seussical, and Godspell.
Elementary Music Teacher
Zoe Strzemieczny is Foothill's elementary general music teacher and Selah choir director.
Zoe received classical musical training and is a versatile vocalist. She is eager to train students in multiple genres/styles of music such as pop, Broadway, classical, soul, and more. Zoe grew up singing classically and participated in multiple vocal competitions such as the Certificate of Merit Program, the Southern California VOCE competitions, and various musical theater productions. Currently, Zoe leads worship at her church and is passionate about raising up worshippers in spirit and in truth. Through vocal lessons, she wants to equip students with the proper tools to become confident vocalists who use their gifts and skills to glorify God.