School Administration

Joshua Sheetz is originally from Tennessee but has now lived in the Jacksonville area for over 20 years. In 2002, he graduated from the University of North Florida with a degree in English and a minor in History. He also has master's degree from Arkansas State University in Educational Leadership. In 2006, he left the corporate world to pursue a teaching career at EVA. After joining EVA, he taught upper school English for four years until he became the Academic Advisor in 2010. In 2015, he became the school principal and served in that role until the summer of 2020 when he was chosen by the board of directors to be the school administrator.  Joshua is passionate about strengthening the academic standing of the school while preserving the Christ-centered relationships that make EVA a warm and inviting family.

Joshua has three children. The two youngest currently attend EVA, and the oldest graduated from EVA in 2019. When not at the school, Joshua enjoys reading, traveling, and serving in his local church.

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Principal

Born and raised in Jacksonville, Mrs. Hall has been in the field of Education for over 31 years. She graduated from Ed White High School and continued her education at Flagler College. While there, she earned degrees in Elementary Education and Specific Learning Disabilities, as well as a minor in Business Administration. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Educational Leadership through Bob Jones University. Mrs. Hall is embarking on her 15th year at EVA and is excited to fulfill her new role as Principal. She considers it a privilege and an honor to be part of the ministry of Eagle’s View Academy and is looking forward to continuing to share her love for the school and education with all the incredible families and awesome staff who are a part of the EVA community.

Mrs. Hall has been happily married to her college sweetheart, Steve, for over 32 years. They have four children, all of whom graduated from Eagle’s View Academy. She is passionate about following Jesus, her family, animals, supporting teachers, and equipping students with the tools they need to pursue their dreams.

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Athletic Director

In 1975, Mike Graham graduated from Maranatha Baptist University where he met his wife, to whom he has now been married for 47 years. Mike and Julie have 3 daughters and 9 grandchildren.  All but 2 of the grandchildren have attended Eagle’s View. Originally from Indiana, Mike came to Jacksonville in 2007 and has been serving as an athletic director, coach, and teacher.  Mike has been coaching since before he graduated from college and has experienced many State Championships and Final Four appearances in his years of service.  Mike loves what he does and considers sports and coaching as his conduit to share Jesus and life principles with athletes and young people.

Financial Manager

Marian has been involved with EVA from the very beginning, being a part of the original home school group that started the school.  Prior to working at EVA, she worked as a Buyer’s Assistant at Learner’s Warehouse and as a Cash Manager at Stein Mart.  Marian has two daughters, a son, and four grandchildren.  Marian’s youngest daughter graduated from EVA in 2005.

Marian loves spending time with her family, bike riding, going to the beach, and vacationing at Disney.  Her goal as a Board Member is to help EVA continue to raise academic standards, while maintaining a Christ-centered environment in the classroom.  Marian’s desire is to be a positive leader in growing the school financially so that it can build for the future.

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Dean of Students

Catherine Rottmann, a native of Jacksonville, is an educator and mentor. She began her teaching and coaching career at Eagle's View 10 years ago before moving on to University Christian School. At UC, Catherine taught Math and physical education while coaching softball, volleyball, basketball and soccer. Now that she has returned to EVA, Catherine brings a passion for mentoring and inspiring students academically, athletically, spiritually and morally. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Sports Leadership from the University of North Florida.

Catherine is married and has a 2 year old son, Kipton, who is her pride and joy.

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Professional Misconduct 

All employees and agents of a public school district, charter school, or private school have an obligation and legal responsibility to report misconduct by instructional personnel and school administrators which affects the health, safety, or welfare of a student. Failure to report misconduct may result in penalties up to termination of employment and revocation of an educator's certificate. Such misconduct may include, but is not limited to, obscene language, drug and alcohol abuse, disparaging comments, prejudice or bigotry, sexual innuendo, cheating or testing violations, physical aggression, and accepting or offering favors.  All incidents of professional misconduct should be reported to:Josh Sheetz,School Administrator, at 904-786-1411 Extension 114

If someone tells you about misconduct, be a LEADER: Listen, Evaluate, Act immediately, Document, Encourage, and Report.

Professional Ethics Standards
In accord with the Florida Ethics in Education Act, all employees of Eagle’s View Academy have a duty to report all suspected or actual cases of child abuse, abandonment, or neglect; have immunity from liability if they report such cases in good faith and have a duty to comply with child protective investigations. There is a legal penalty for not reporting suspected or alleged child abuse or alleged misconduct by instructional personnel or school administrators. The Florida Abuse Hotline is 1.800.962.2873. The EVA contact is the School Administrator’s Office – Josh Sheetz.