Sommer Bridges Trebilco grew up on a peach farm in South Carolina nestled among the Blue Ridge Mountains. She received a B.A. in Christian Missions (with minors in music and history) and an M.A. in Church History from Bob Jones University in South Carolina. She served at the university for three years as a Dormitory Supervisor and Counselor to five hundred female students. After moving to Texas, she taught at Providence Classical School for ten years where she served as the English Department Chair, providing teacher development, curriculum oversight, and senior thesis program direction. She has taught middle and upper school courses in Music History; Grammar and Composition; Ancient, Medieval, and Modern Literature; Rhetoric I and II; Logic; Ancient, Medieval, and Modern Humanities; Old Testament Survey; French I, II, and III; Greek I, II, and III; Latin; and Etiquette. She has also homeschooled students and served as the General Music Education teacher at the Center for Teaching and Learning. She has appeared two times in Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers and has spoken at classical education conferences on a variety of topics, as well as being a guest speaker at the Anglican Way Institute. She is married to Fr. Jonathan Trebilco, former rector of St. Francis Anglican Church in Spring, TX, where she served as the music coordinator, ladies ministry coordinator, and administrative assistant. She loves reading, music, crafting, arranging flowers, and especially spending time with her husband and her three-year old daughter Gabrielle.