Our Power Hour Learning Coaches play an important role in helping students make meaningful connections to what they have learned in the lessons including building healthy connections with other students. During Power Hour, coaches will ask critical questions to encourage students to engage in the 4-Ring process, allowing them to apply concepts and principles to themselves personally as well as make connections to the gospel.
After a lifetime as a driven homeschooler herself, Abbie Card attended Brigham Young University and graduated in Theater Arts Education. Abbie is passionate about storytelling, laughing, family, and individual connections—especially in teaching. Abbie is thrilled to be using her broad skill set at American Heritage to write scripts, record lessons, and coach Power Hour, as she helps build the worldwide homeschool empire—I mean, community. She and her husband love making music and hosting epic Halloween parties, and are excited for their first child to be born this coming January.
Hey everyone! My name is Coach Joe! I’m 20 years old and from South Jordan, Utah! I’m so excited to work with all of you this year!
Morgan Blaney is from Mapleton, Utah. She is graduating with her bachelors in Psychology in May 2022. She has previously worked with adolescents in treatment at TelosU. She served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Fort Worth, Texas! She loves to do service and anything outdoors. Some of her hobbies are; snowboarding, pickleball and soccer. She is ecstatic to coach Power Hour this year!
Hyrum is the oldest of six children from Orem, Utah. He graduated from American Heritage school and immediately decided to work and save up to go on a humanitarian trip. He was blessed to go to Nepal, Jordan, and Guatemala. He currently attends UVU as a Freshman.