Biblical Ethics Instructor, Mock Trial Head Coach, and Model UN sponsor at The McCallie School
Camp Director, Camp Life and Wellness Coordinator, Assistant Camp Director
Dan Wadley has been teaching Biblical Ethics at The McCallie School for the past thirteen years. He has a total of 39 years teaching at two different schools. During his current time at McCallie, he has served as varsity basketball coach (2006-14) and middle school assistant baseball coach (2006-2018). He is currently the head coach for McCallie’s Mock Trial teams and serves as an assistant coach for McCallie’s Model United Nations program. He recently stepped down after ten years as a residential dorm advisor. Dan has supervised and worked with various residential camps, served as a youth director, and coached a variety of sports in his 39 years as a teacher/coach. He loves investing his time with young people as he sees them as the future leaders. Don’t let the gray hair fool you, there is a lot of energy and fun left in his tank!
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