Casey Shutt created Mindhenge to serve as a support hub for education that stands the test of time. Along with links to articles, speaking and consulting, Mindhenge provides schools with customized videos that tell the classical Christian story in an accessible yet substantial way.

Casey serves as assistant headmaster at the Academy of Classical Christian Studies in Oklahoma City. Previously, he served as headmaster at Morning Star Academy in Bettendorf, IA.

Casey earned a BA from Oklahoma Baptist University, two MAs from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and a PhD from Durham University (England). He has taught in both the university and K-12 school settings as well as served in a number of churches.

He has published articles, papers and reviews in a number of publications, including Princeton’s Faith and Work Initiative, Christian Scholar’s Review, Public Discourse, and the Christian Education Journal.

Casey serves on the University of Oklahoma’s Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing Partner Parents Advisory Board and has presented at the Association of Classical Christian Schools annual conference, the Society of Professors of Christian Education annual conference, and the Emancipatory Education Conference. He enjoys outings with his family and coaching his children in baseball, basketball, and life. 

His hope is that this humble little corner of cyberspace will help both schools and educators cultivate the whole person – heart, soul, and mind.