Andersen, Decia
Decia Andersen was born in Star Valley, Wyoming and was raised on a dairy farm there. Her parents instilled within her heart a deep love and appreci ation for America and the freedoms we enjoy. She graduated from Ricks College in 1984 with an Associate degree in Elementary Education. Decia served a mission for the LDS Church in Chile and then taught Spanish at the MTC. She graduated from BYU in Special Education. She and her husband, Grant, are the parents of eight children. Five are students at American Heritage School. She loves the Foundations of American Christian Education method of teaching. She taught history and literature using the FACE curriculum at Founders Academy (a home school co-op). She has loved American Heritage School since she first visited it in the old chapel in Pleasant Grove in 1994. She is excited to be teaching here, helping to educate the hearts and minds of God’s precious children.