Founding math teacher Frazier Worth is a native of western North Carolina and has lived in Asheville since 1996. He is a graduate of Davidson College with a B.S. in Biology. He received his North Carolina Teaching Certificate in Science from UNC-Charlotte. He taught at The Patterson School in Lenoir, NC for five years, then at Asheville High School for seven years, where he prepared FBRA co-founder David Byers and countless others to pass the AP Physics exam. Following Asheville High, he home-schooled his children Allen and Anne for three years during middle school. Frazier also tutors in math and has taught classes for home-schoolers and others in Physics, Chemistry, and Algebra. Over the course of his career, he has taught Geometry, Algebra I and II, Physics, and AP Physics.
Frazier is married to Jenny Mathews who works as a family physician in Hendersonville. He has two adult children: Allen and Anne.
Frazier is an active musician in FBRA and out, playing guitar and fiddle. He is usually in one band or another and continues to play gigs around the area. He has had the opportunity to travel to Cuba for the past two summers, thus improving his conversational Spanish in an immersion setting. Frazier’s other interests include honeybees, running, and reading.