Mr. Brad Dolloff Ed.S., MSEd., B.A.


Mr. Brad DolloffPrior to accepting the position as Headmaster of School of the Ozarks, Mr. Brad Dolloff served as the Branson Junior High Assistant Principal and Athletic Director since 2003.  His experience in secondary education spans more than three decades and includes administration, coaching, and teaching mathematics.  Additionally, he has proven himself to be community-minded through his participation in numerous community service initiatives.

Mr. Dolloff’s educational background includes a Specialist in Education (Educational Administration) certificate from Missouri State University in 2011, an Administrative Certification (M.A. in school leadership program) from Baker University in 2002, Master of Science in education from Southwest Missouri State University in 1993, and a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics teaching from Bethany College in 1986.



Layne Wilks ( - Administrative Assistant

Scott McElvain ( - Assistant Headmaster

Julie Koenig ( - Administrative Assistant


Kyle Rapinchuk ( - Assistant Professor of Christian Worldview

Mr. Rapinchuk graduated from College of the Ozarks in 2005 with a B.A. in English. Following graduation, he completed his Masters of Divinity at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He is currently working on his Ph.D. in Biblical Studies: Old Testament emphasis at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in Mill Valley, California. Mr. Rapinchuk has taught a variety of subjects at the college level, including Logic, Composition, Hebrew, Biblical Survey, and Biblical Worldview. Mr. Rapinchuk married his wife Kristin in June 2004 and has three children: Karis (daughter, born 2006), Anastacia (daughter, born 2008), and Aviel (son, born 2010). Mr. and Mrs. Rapinchuk also serve as Campus Missionaries for the Missouri Baptist Convention, which primarily involves directing the Baptist Student Union at College of the Ozarks.

Roberto Texidor ( - Associate Professor of Science, Cross Country, Track and Field

Mr. Texidor graduated with a B.S. in Biology from Northern Illinois University in 1974 and received an M.S.T. from the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater in 1989. His teaching career has spanned three decades, and he has taught a wide variety of science courses including Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and General Science. He has also taught bilingual science for Spanish-speaking students. Mr. Texidor was awarded as a National Board Certified Teacher in 2004, and served several years as an assessor for the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards. He has coached cross country and track in the past and is serving the School in that arena as well. Mr. Texidor and his wife, Christine, have two children and two grandchildren.

Abbey Vogt ( - Associate Professor of Social Studies, Athletic Director, Girls Basketball

Mrs. Vogt attended Drury University and received her A.S. in Criminal Justice in 1997; B.S in History in 1998; and an M. Ed in 2002. She has 21 hours toward her EdD in Educational Leadership at Lindenwood University  with a hope to graduate in 2015. Mrs. Vogt enjoyed a wonderful teaching career at Nixa High School for thirteen years where she taught American History, World History, and Government, and was an Adjunct Professor of State and Local government at C of O for three years. She pursued her love of athletics through coaching the Nixa Lady Eagles in both softball and basketball on and off for eight years. Mrs. Vogt married her best friend, David, in December of 2001, and they have three wonderful children: Gage, Molly, and Zoe.   

Charles Warfield ( - Instructor of Mathematics, Volleyball

Mr. Warfield came to us from Lake Bluff, IL. He earned his B.S. in Mathematics from St. Olaf College and his Certificate of Teaching from the State of Minnesota. He attended the Kanakuk Institute and is currently in the process of completing his Master’s in Business Administration: Leadership and Ethics Concentration from John Brown University. Mr. Warfield wed Tara Dillon in March of 2013.