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Subjects Taught
American History, World History, World History Honors


Bachelor of Arts in History, Lee University 2000

Master of Arts in Teaching, Lee University 2001

30 Additional graduate hours for dual certification in Special Education


Polk County High School 2000 - 2001 

Teen Learning Center 2001 - 2002

Cleveland High School 2002 - 2005

Walker Valley High School 2005 - present


Christian Mann was born in Broken Arrow, OK.  His father was a minister which resulted in constant movement throughout his childhood.  In 1995 Christian Mann moved to Cleveland, TN from Baton Rouge, LA to attend Lee University.  He graduated in 2000 with a Bachelors degree in History and a minor in Political Science.  In 2001 he received a Masters of Arts in Teaching.  After teaching at Cleveland High School for four years, Christian was hired to teach World History in the newly created Freshman Academy at Walker Valley High School.  Recently Christian has been moved out of the Freshman Academy as we have reorganized the order in which students will take World History, now making it a senior level class. Currently Mr. Mann teaches AP and regular World History, US History, and AP European History. Along with his other responsibilities, Christian Mann is also responsible for the weekly radio broadcast of Mustangs football. 

Christian is married to Janna Mann who works as an RN in labor and delivery.  This year marks their 18th year of marriage.  They have three beautiful children: Gabriel, Myles, and Karleigh.  When not teaching or playing the part of a husband/father, Christian also aids in worship playing guitar for The NET church on Sunday mornings and also has his own band (MondayNightSocial) that plays local gigs in and around Chattanooga. Check out our website here or follow us on social media @MdayNightSocial.

Teaching is a challenge that Christian relishes each and every day.  No two days are ever the same and every student presents a unique and exciting opportunity to positively impact students as they begin to realize their potential. 

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