Jean Bartlett, Administrator

In 2016, Jean Bartlett began her 14th year as a teacher. During that time, she has been licensed and taught in three different states and her experience has included public, private, and home school settings.

In 2012, Mrs. Bartlett completed and was awarded a ten-year license by the National Board for the Professional Teacher (NBCT), the highest certification in the United States. In May of 2011, she was named, “Teacher of the Year” at Ashley Hall, where she worked as a fifth and sixth grade social studies teacher for over seven years.

Currently, Mrs. Bartlett oversees the academic program for five home school students, and teaches English, history, science, Latin, handwriting, and religion on a daily basis.

For English, she teaches in a 2:1 or 3:1 ratio, while the other subjects Jean instructs are in a 5:1 ratio. For most, the idea of teaching more than one level at a time is daunting. However, Mrs. Bartlett relishes the challenge and seeks opportunities to differentiate the learning of her students on a daily basis. Moving forward as the administrator at LTP Scholars, Mrs. Bartlett is excited to create the intimacy, rigor, and overall educational experience for LTP Scholars.





Ashley Severance

Ashley Severance is the co-founder of Atlantic Properties of the Lowcountry, a residential real estate company.  A native of Florida and bilingual, Ashley graduated from Furman University with a double major in Business Administration and Spanish and also played Division I tennis.

Prior to working in real estate, Ashley enjoyed a nine-year career with Eli Lilly and Company where she received numerous top national sales and marketing awards and advanced as the youngest district sales manager in the history of the company.  Having lived in Madrid, Boston, New York, and spending much time in European cities, Ashley developed an appreciation of historic properties and beautiful real estate.

Ashley and her husband, Matt, have four children.  Ashley served on the Children’s Museum board for two years, the Roper St. Francis Gala Committee for ten years, the Historic Charleston Foundation and Preservation Society Tour of Homes for five years, and continues to serve on the City of Charleston Recreation Commission. She has helped with multiple committees at St. Michael’s Church and others within the Charleston community.

Like many of her real estate clients, she enjoys spending time outdoors, appreciating the beautiful Lowcountry. She especially likes running, reading, entertaining, and being with her family and friends.