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Case Anderson

Case Anderson

Middle School English Teacher
B.A., English, Sewanee: The University of the South
M.A., English, Sewanee: The University of the South
Middle School

Case was born in Atlanta and has lived in various states throughout the southeastern U.S. The D.C. area has been his home since 2007. He attended Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia, and then The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, where he majored in English and minored in economics. Case spent two years in management consulting before joining the teaching ranks in 2010 at Commonwealth Academy in Alexandria as a high school English and writing teacher. After four years at Commonwealth, he came to Landon and is greatly enjoying his time here as a teacher-coach-mentor.  In his free time, he enjoys traveling, the outdoors, sports (as both spectator and participant), reading, and spending time with friends.

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Learning black history through book tastings

Lower School Bears celebrate Black History Month through a new experiential learning program that allows them to explore different facets of African American culture.

Be a human: listen to your heart and the world around us

The following blog post is adapted from an ethics speech given by Middle School social studies teacher-coach-mentor Brian Reilly '09 (right, alongside Associate Director of College Counseling and fellow Landon alum Forbes Mann '04).In it, Reilly reflects on what he believes makes humans unique, and how we have the opportunity to be global citizens.