Meet The Sixth Grade Team


Mr. Credle - Math

My name is Hunter Credle and I have taught for 29 years and almost all of this time, 6th grade. I grew up in Wilmington, NC and graduated from NC State University.

In 1998 I helped start Kestrel Height Charter school and stayed there for 19 years. I have been at Voyager for the last 5 years. In addition to teaching, I have coached for all my years of teaching, plus more. I have coached basketball, soccer, frisbee, track and field, cross country, tennis, golf, swimming, and anything else sports related.


Mrs. Daugherty - E.C.

Mrs. Daugherty is a graduate of Meredith College and is the sixth grade Exceptional Children's teacher. She has a passion for working with students and advocating for what they need to be successful in the classroom. She and her husband are Disney enthusiasts! Mrs. Daugherty has 4 daughters, two attending Voyager in 8th and 9th grades.

Mrs. Jackman - Science

Hello and welcome to Mrs. Jackman's 6th grade science class! I am so glad you are here and I am looking forward to getting to know you all better over the next few weeks! I absolutely love teaching science and when I'm not in the classroom, you can find me running along the Eno, traveling or hanging out with my family and friends.

Mrs. Miller - Core Connections

I've been teaching for the last 17 years after graduating from Appalachian State University (Go 'Neers!) I've been teaching sixth grade at Voyager since 2008. In 2021 I made the switch from Science to Core Connections. I love that this class lends itself to creating purposeful, engaging and exciting projects that join core knowledge to art, technology, and real world connections. When I'm not teaching I enjoy spending time with my husband and 3 awesomely rambunctious kids, traveling, hiking, doing photography, sipping iced coffee, and taking naps.

Ms. Morrow - ELA

Hey everyone, I am Mrs. Morrow! Over the past ten years I have worked extensively with nonprofits that served families and youth and made my way into education, specifically teaching language arts, when I saw the key to success in life is obtaining literacy at a young age. I enjoy teaching ELA in middle school because while reading texts and poetry, students can put themselves in others' shoes, see things from another perspective, and participate in thoughtful discussions connecting the texts to their lives! When I am not teaching I am spending quality time with my husband, Jem, and three children: Max (13 years old), Ivy (9 years old), and Jack (2.5 years old). I can also be found gardening, reading, doing DIY projects, art, and yoga whilst jamming to my Spotify playlists. I am excited to join the Voyager family and look forward to a great year!

Mrs. Schulze - Social Studies

In a nutshell: routine and varied, old school and new school, history and community, in a blender of projects and polished outcomes.

I LOVE teaching. My goal is to get our students to think like a historian; to look at multiple sides of a story and learn about the perspectives of different sides during the same event. More importantly, I work to teach students to support one another as we build a creative and deep thinking community.

I'm also a mom (my kids are in 3rd and 5th grade at Voyager), I'm a runner, teacher (18 years), and reading enthusiast! I read 15 books this summer. Also, I am learning to play bongos and footbag (hacky sack). I was a French teacher for 11 years and am fluent in French.