Isabelle Case earned her B.S. in Mathematics from Wheaton College in 2019. She pursued a unique student teaching assignment in Australia at The Kilmore International School, where she taught 6th, 7th, 9th, and 11th grade math. While at Wheaton College, Isabelle was actively involved in the Gospel Choir, in the Community Life Council, and in Residence Life. She also worked at Camp Ray Bird, which serves children who are from low-income households or who are living in foster care. Isabelle’s passion for students is evident, and she looks forward to both growing as an educator and developing the next generation of students who love God, love neighbor, and love learning. Outside the classroom, she enjoys singing, dancing, and running. Music plays an important role in her faith journey, and she loves engaging with others on the topic.