Ethan Madla and his family have been avid members of the homeschool community since he was in preschool. Throughout middle school, he loved his time spent in the classroom at Terra Arts. The instruction of his teachers gave him an appreciation and love for the arts. Once in high school, he wanted to give back and began working as a TA.
Being homeschooled gave Ethan more free time than the public schoolers around him, but he didn’t let it go to waste. Pursuing competitive dance, earning the eagle scout rank, film photography, personal art, reading, guitar, skateboarding, surfing, and constantly finding new ways to express himself.
Terra Arts is more than just a job to Ethan, it’s a community. An uplifting, inspiring, educating, and ever-growing community that he’s proud to call himself a part of. Through the instruction of his teachers turned co-workers, Ethan is working hard to give the same quality instruction he received to the new generation of Terra Arts.