Bryan Lynch is Academic Dean (and former Headmaster) of Veritas School, a PreK-12 classical and Christian school in Newberg, Oregon. He was a founding board member of Veritas, and has been in private and public education for over 40 years. In addition to his administrative duties, Bryan teaches Rhetoric and Humane Letters.                                           

Bryan leads teacher training for schools on harkness discussions, the Four Foundations of Great Teaching, The Seven Laws of Teaching, and other areas.  He has presented many workshops on classroom teaching, faculty development, formative assessment, and harkness/seminar discussions at Association of Classical and Christian Schools and Society for Classical Learning conferences, as well as leading numerous regional teaching conferences at Veritas. He is a frequent accrediting administrator for the ACCS.

Bryan is listed on the Training and Consulting section of the Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS) web site: ACCS Training and Consulting

Ann Lynch was one of Veritas School’s founding board members  and the elementary curriculum coordinator from its beginning days.  Knowing from her junior high years that she wanted to be a teacher, she was thankful to teach at Veritas School from 2000 until she retired in 2023. She is married to Bryan, who was Veritas’s founding visionary and  headmaster until 2022. She has a BA in elementary and early childhood education from Linfield College. 

When not teaching, thinking about teaching, or training teachers, Ann spends her time with family, cooking, gardening, traveling, and reading a wide range of literature.

Bryan and Ann have three adult children (all Veritas graduates) and two grandchildren. 

For more information, questions, or to schedule a teacher training, please contact us at:

blynch@classicalteaching.com or alynch@classicalteaching.com

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