- Instructor of Social Studies
B.A. History & Political Science, UNC Charlotte
J.D. University of Tennessee College of Law
Wesley Dry is an instructor of social studies at Gray Stone Day School specializing in United States history. He teaches AP US History, Economics & Personal Finance, America on the Global Stage, Civil Rights, the American Century, the History of Sports, and has prior experience teaching Religion & Society, World History, and Civics. He joined Gray Stone’s faculty in 2015.
After a short stint teaching several social studies courses at Gray Stone, Mr. Dry decided that he did not want to leave. The first reason is that teaching in itself is inherently rewarding; it is a wondrous combination of performance art and scholarship that is harnessed to help students succeed. The second reason is that Gray Stone is a very special place. It is a place where students, faculty, administration, and parents partner to create a college environment. Mr. Dry is thrilled at the opportunity to help students find success not only in high school, but also to give them the skills they need to prosper throughout their lives.
When not at Gray Stone, Mr. Dry enjoys spending time with his wife and family. He can generally be found with a book, or auditioning a future lecture to his wife. His wife expresses her deepest sympathy for the students of Gray Stone.