Grace is deeply committed to classical Christian education as she experienced its formational qualities from an early age. She is thrilled to be returning to Wilson Hill as a teacher, having been a student when the school began in 2014. With expectations that students come prepared for class discussion, she sees class time as part of the rich formative process of learning. With a deep love of literature, art, and culture, Grace enjoys weaving a rich tapestry of experience to help each student communicate effectively through the beauty of the written word.

Grace hails from the great state of Texas. She completed a BA in Great Texts and Religion at Baylor University’s Honors College, where she discovered her love of literature and theology. After spending her junior year abroad at the University of Oxford, Grace felt called to pursue further academic studies. She completed a Master of Studies in English Literature at Oxford and is currently finishing a PhD in English at the University of Cambridge. She has taught history at a Christian school in Oxford, England and is currently interning with WHA in TGC4.

Grace lives in Oxford with her husband, Calum, who is training for ordination in the Church of England. They look forward to moving this summer to the north of England to start life in ministry. When she’s not reading and writing about Victorian fiction, Grace enjoys walking around the English countryside, visiting historic homes, and exploring Europe with her husband.

Courses taught by Grace Mullett