Mr. Jacob Allee
Mr. Jacob Allee teaches 8th grade Logic, Omnibus, and Bible, as well as 9th-12th grade Apologetics. He also serves as the CSW Mock Trial coach. Mr. Allee received his Bachelor of Arts in Religion and Apologetics from Luther Rice University and has earned a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies at Piedmont International University and a Master of Arts in Humanities from Faulkner University. Currently, Mr. Allee is pursuing a Master of Arts in Philosophy (with a concentration on the history of philosophy) from Holy Apostles College.
Prior to joining the CSW staff, Mr. Allee spent a decade in associate pastoral ministry where he worked with teen and discipleship ministries. He taught in a classical school for the first time in 2015 and has been with CSW since 2016.
Mr. Allee’s wife, Susan, also works at CSW and they have four children — Titus, Zoe, Callan and Gwendolen.
Mr. Allee is particularly passionate about helping students think deeply and clearly about the great ideas found in the Great Books of the Western canon. He believes that a classical Christian education is the best kind of education a person can receive in order to be best equipped as ambassadors for Jesus Christ, and he is eager to do his part to help students reach their full potential as they seek to love the Lord with all of their heart, strength, and mind.
In addition to a love of intellectual pursuits, Mr. Allee is an enthusiast when it comes to Marvel, Star Wars, the Legend of Zelda, and all things nerdy. Stories about adventure and heroes who stand up against great evil have always captured his imagination. C. S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien are among Mr. Allee’s favorite authors. He believes that the medium of storytelling is one of the most powerful ways to impart moral truths into the hearts of other people.