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New Faculty and Staff: Sky Brusco (WC ’93)

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Worthington Christian welcomes Sky Brusco as a Social Studies Teacher in our Upper School. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Otterbein University in History and a Master’s from Maygrove University in Education. Sky comes to WC, having previously served as a Social Studies Teacher at Centerburg High School. He and his wife, Nikki, are parents to Issac (2) and Joshua (1), and their family attends Rock City Church.

We asked all of our new staff members several “getting to know you” questions; we hope you enjoy learning a bit more about Sky!

What is something someone might be surprised to find out about you?
I love fly fishing and would like to be a fly fishing guide.

What was the first job you ever had?
Paperboy for the Columbus Dispatch

Who was your favorite teacher in school, and why?
Mr. O’Neil. He was a force of nature larger than life teacher who was passionate about his subject and life. He was a great mentor in athletics and in the classroom.

Who has the best pizza in Columbus?

If you could quickly and easily learn any new skill, what would it be?
Fly Fishing Spey Casting

What is your favorite family tradition?
As an extended family, we do a family fun night for the four months of summer, where each of my siblings and I host a dinner, and we just hang out and chill. So May through August, we each pick a day to host once a month, and it has become a cool way to connect.

What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?
Have wise, Godly, experienced mentors in my life for times when I am in need of wise counsel.

What is a passage of Scripture you most often turn to for encouragement?
It varies for seasons in my life, but right now, it is Zechariah 4:6-10. I also am all about Joshua 14:9-12 right now as well.

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