Elevate Academy Nampa Team
Jewels Carpenter is a 20-year education veteran and has been a teacher, high school administrator, state-level program manager and a district-level administrator. She most recently served as Director of Career and Technical Education for the Nampa School District.
Carpenter graduated from Sonoma State with a BS in Kinesiology and became a Nationally Certified Athletic trainer, who worked with both high school and college athletes helping them prepare mentally and physically for their athletic seasons. She relocated to Idaho with her husband and two children in 2000, and quickly realized she had found her “passion” when she had the opportunity to teach Sports Medicine and Medical Terminology.
“I absolutely love teaching and serving the people in my community of Nampa. We have been here for 20-years and I can’t wait to continue to help this community be stronger and healthier,” shared Carpenter.
Phil Diplock most recently served as a law enforcement instructor, Dean of Students, and Vice Principal for Columbia High School in Nampa. He was also their Varsity Baseball Coach.
Diplock was born in Manchester, England and grew up in Orange County, California. During his college years, he became interested in Law Enforcement, and earned his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and took CTE courses to obtain a Specialist Certificate in Law Enforcement. Diplock then served for 10-years as a deputy with the LA County Sherriff’s Department.
Diplock, with his wife and two daughters, relocated to Nampa in 2001, where his career in education began at East Valley Middle school in 2003, working with students with special needs.
He became the Dean of Students as well as the lead teacher for the Law Enforcement Program in 2008-09. As the program director for Law Enforcement at Columbia High in Nampa, Diplock worked with the district School Resource Officers and expanded the program before becoming Vice-Principal in 2013, a role that he held through the 2020 school year.
“My greatest accomplishments are seeing young people grow, learn and become engaged and active in their education and beyond. I look forward to this new opportunity and serving students and their families as we work together to support their child in any path they choose,” said Diplock.
We Believe In...
We believe that all students, who have the opportunity to engage in school and activities that inspire them, will be more likely to develop habits and dispositions that will lead to success in the workplace and in life.
We believe in supporting students in their path towards ownership of and success in their life. We provide opportunities to build life skills through our Power 100 curriculum.
We believe in changing the experience for students that have not enjoyed school.
We believe in learning that is personalized to meet the needs of each student. Students will learn in teams for core subject time with guidance and mentoring of their teacher to best utilize their time. Students will be provided a variety of ways to learn from group settings, hands on experiences, and independent work based on their individual needs.
We believe in second chances. Elevate has created Peak and Crest programs that allows students who are behind in credits to participate and earn industry certifications and their workforce readiness certificate while catching up on credits that lead to graduation.
We believe in the Social and Emotional needs of all students. Elevate Academy Nampa is partnering with local support organizations to provide resources that will be available to our students and their families.