Margaret Trice

Art Teacher


My name is Margaret Trice. I was born and raised in Pennsylvania. I am one of 16 children. We lived on a farm, it was a great way of life. My mother was a Christian and brought us up in the church. I became a Christian at the age of 7. I rededicated my life to the Lord when I was 16.

I went to Practical Bible College and then Miami Christian University. I love to do missions work, and went to Colombia for 2 summers after college to work among the people there. I got married when I was in my twenties and have one grown daughter. I also have 2 grandsons.

I have been teaching for 32 years. I am now teaching art. My main interests are art, music, and literature. I also love to teach the students about God and how to have a lasting relationship with Him.

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