Catlin, Everett

Subject(s):  Spanish III, IV and AP

Everett Catlin has taught Spanish at high school and university levels for more than ten years. He earned a master’s degree in Spanish/Latin American Studies from American University in 2004 and continues to hone his skills as a Spanish language instructor by frequently traveling to Spanish-speaking countries. Mr. Catlin’s travels include Cuba, Spain, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Cost Rica and Panama, where he has attended languages institutes to learn firsthand about the diverse cultures of the Spanish-speaking world.

Mr. Catlin’s experience includes, but is not limited to, teaching in both urban and suburban schools. His career began at Cab Calloway School of the Arts in Wilmington,  Delaware. Before becoming a member of the SWW faculty, he held the position of language chair at his previous school for six years. Earlier in life, Everett received a full athletic scholarship to play basketball at LaSalle University while earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication with a minor in Spanish. After graduating from LaSalle University, he played professional basketball in Norway and Spain. Mr. Catlin enjoys teaching AP Spanish, Spanish IV, and Spanish III at School Without Walls.