Meet The Faculty
Brad Trevathan joined the Culver History Department in fall of 1990. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history at Emory University and then earned his teaching certificate from the Indiana University School of Education. In 2002, he completed a master of arts in liberal studies in history and theology from Valparaiso University. While at Culver, Mr. Trevathan has taught courses in both world and American history as well as senior electives in World Religions, Philosophy, and Racism in American Society. Since 2003, he has devoted his efforts to the 9th-grade Humanities course, Western Perspectives from Greece to the Renaissance. In 2008 he was appointed to serve as coordinator for the 9th-grade course.
Mr. Trevathan currently serves as chair of the teacher representatives committee of the Indiana Association of Independent Schools. He is an assistant coach with Culver’s state-champion speech team. Long active in multicultural activities at Culver, he has been a facilitator at the annual Multicultural Awareness Retreat since 1993.