Jeremy Jones is the Regional Executive Director of the EAGLE College Prep schools in the Phoenix, Arizona region, part of the Open Sky Education network.
Jeremy holds a deep belief in the limitless potential of all children and a driving passion to serve others. Most recently, Jeremy led and managed the charter school system in Maine as the Executive Director of the Maine Charter School Commission. Before leading the state-wide authorizer of charter schools in Maine, he served in roles at the classroom, school, district, and state levels to ensure that families and students have access to vibrant, thriving schools. After graduating from Texas A&M University in 2004, Jeremy joined Teach For America as a middle school math teacher in New Orleans, Louisiana. He continued teaching in Houston after Hurricane Katrina before leading teacher and leader recruitment efforts for a high-performing charter school network called YES Prep Public Schools. In 2010, he began service in Tennessee as the state-wide communications director for the Achievement School District and in 2014 he returned to Houston to launch an innovative district-charter partnership school between the Spring Branch Independent School District and the YES Prep Public Schools. That partnership became the inspiration for state legislation that incentivized collaboration between charter schools and traditional schools. Jeremy went on to partner with the San Antonio Independent School District, launching a network of charter schools in the district. Jeremy is an alumnus of the 2021 National Association of Charter School Authorizers Leadership Program and a former Board President for the CLEAR Public Charter School in San Marcos, Texas.
Jeremy has previously lived in Prescott, Arizona, and is a graduate of the James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona in Tucson. He is a father and an avid endurance athlete, having completed multiple ultramarathons.
Karina Moreno is the Regional Director of Operations of the EAGLE College Prep schools in the Phoenix, Arizona region, part of the Open Sky Education network.
Karina started in the classroom in 2017 teaching middle school math at EAGLE College Prep Maryvale. Along with her role as a teacher she was a team lead, mentor, dance teacher, and ran The Girls on The Run program after school. Her goal is to work diligently as part of a team with each scholar, family, and colleague with the purpose of giving them the best experience. Four years later Karina became the School Operations Manager at EAGLE Maryvale, her passions continue to be driven by the scholars and family culture. Karina enjoys with her husband and two daughters. They give her purpose each day to keep pushing through and exceeding her own expectations. Prior to EAGLE, Karina was a student athlete, received a softball scholarship to Central Arizona Community College and Embry Riddle University in Prescott, AZ. After fulfilling her student athlete career, she attended Arizona State University studying to become a math educator, her heart always went back to the kids. As a graduate from Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education Mathematics, Karina will be pursuing my master's degree in educational leadership.
As the principal of EAGLE College Prep-Maryvale, my goal is to provide your child with a positive and personalized learning experience in both academics and character formation. I have been in education for 14 years, which includes 10 years of classroom instruction. I spent most of my teaching experience in grades Kindergarten through third grade. I started at EAGLE as a first-grade teacher in 2015 and transitioned to administration as the Dean of Students in 2018, prior to becoming principal this past winter. I am passionate about helping every scholar become a well-rounded individual through academics and character development.
I am honored to join the EAGLE team as principal of EAGLE Mesa. It is my goal to make sure all EAGLE scholars have an outstanding educational experience and fully reach their potential. Prior to joining the EAGLE team, I was an elementary and middle school teacher, a district coordinator, a high school assistant principal, and a middle school principal. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Arizona State University, a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University, and an Ed.S degree in Organizational Leadership from Grand Canyon University. I look forward to partnering with families to bring to life Expecting Academic Greatness with a Loving Emphasis for all scholars.
Rebecca Hancock has been an educator since she graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University in 2005. After earning her Bachelor’s in Education, Rebecca taught in a variety of grade levels from Kindergarten through 8th grade and held a variety of teacher leader roles as she earned a Master’s of Education from Northern Arizona University. These years were very formative in her growth as an educator and provided a solid foundation as she learned about instruction and leadership. She has been a principal since 2018 and is finishing her Doctorate of Education, which has allowed her to refine her leadership skills and understanding of schools as an organization. In 2021, she was honored to accept the position of principal at EAGLE College Preparatory Schools South Mountain, where is eager to partner with families, educators and scholars to ensure all EAGLE scholars soar.
Rebecca enjoys spending time with her husband and young son. She loves to cycle with her family, hike, and read.
The Board of Directors for EAGLE College Prep are all volunteers who care passionately about effective academic and character education for children we serve. They work carefully with the faculty and administrators to serve the children of EAGLE and help them soar.
The Board is committed to open communication with the school’s constituents—families, community members and staff of our school. Constituents are welcome to attend...The Board is very interested in citizen viewpoints and problems; however, citizens are encouraged to work through problems at the school level before coming to the Board.