Kerby Court is married and has four daughters, aged 9-16. Kerby has been involved in education and coaching since he graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in 1993. He has a Master of Arts in Leadership from Trinity Western University as well as undergraduate degrees in Communications, Religious Studies, History, and Education.
Kerby spent 15 years as basketball coach at the high school and university levels. He has also served in a leadership coaching and human resources role for a Bible Software and insurance company. He also supports his wife, Anna, as they homeschool their four daughters. The Courts live in Moose Jaw, SK.
Kerby is the co-founder of HumbleStrong, Inc. HumbleStrong helps teachers, coaches, and parents understand how to transform daily challenges into character, growth, and hope. HumbleStrong believes in truth and research-based principles relating to the fundamental process of learning and character development. Our materials provide mindset instruction, a learning framework, and practical tools for helping teachers and students intentionally gain the habits, knowledge, and skills necessary for healthy learning and maturity. Currently HumbleStrong provides teaching and curriculum resources for Prairie Hockey Academy in Caronport, SK and Dr. Brass School in Yorkton, SK.
Looking forward to the conference. Only concern is I don’t think Andrew Sheer is a good closing speaker. It’s become more questionable about the WEF influence, and after two years of no real outspoken opposition against tyrannical measures, it seems very disingenuous to have someone who claims opposition, but didn’t bravely speak out during the abusive two years. Yes, on recent weeks he has, but we needed bravery and true opposition far earlier.
As homeschoolers who bravely go against the flow in word and in action, we deserve both.
Just my thoughts after two years of governmental abuse.