Trish Foster

Trish Foster teaches Introduction to Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources; and Mapping, Visualization, and Photography.

Trish also coaches Archery.



  • MS in Biology with concentrations in Aquatic and Environmental Sciences from East Tennessee State University, 1992
  • BS in Biology and Chemistry, Cooperative Degree, Meredith College and North Carolina State University, 1990


Past Positions….

  • Field Biologist, Duke Power Company, NC and SC
  • State Park Naturalist for Warrior’s Path, Tennessee
  • Graduate Instructor for ETSU, Biology Dept.
  • Environmental Specialist, GA Dept of Natural Resources
  • Senior Scientist, US Environmental Protection Agency
  • Homeschool Coordinator and Lead Instructor for Gwinnett Envir. & Heritage Center


  • Instructor/Coach at Vantage Point Education
  • AMS Montessori-certified Instructor
  • Certified Instructor for GA Adopt-A-Stream, Project WET, Project WILD, Project Learning Tree and GA 4H in Wildlife and Forestry
  • Certified NASP Archery Coach
  • Serves on the Georgia Envirothon Council
  • Serves as Science Olympiad Coach, Envirothon, and National Ocean Science Bowl Coach for VPE
  • GA DNR-Wildlife Resources Division Volunteer
  • Program Administrator for the Advanced Training for Environmental Education in Georgia (ATEEG) Certification Program


Trish and her husband, David, live in the Hoschton area.  Their 2 children, Coral and Cooper, were graduates of Vantage Point Education.