Terra Caswell

Terra Caswell Dean of School of Medicine

Terra Caswell

Director of Educational Technology

Educational Background

Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology, Texas Tech University Health Science Center

Joined LCA

July 2019

Caswell Family

Terra with her husband and two boys.

My Family

I am a Christ-follower, pastor’s wife, boy mom, Doodle-loving educator, leader, and creator. Some of my favorite places to be are traveling with my family, watching my boys (Hudson-LCA ‘25 and Jack-LCA ‘27) compete, or curled up with a good book in a coffee shop. I’m an avid college football fan, and never miss the chance to purchase and read Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine from cover to cover before the season begins.

In the past, my roles at LCA have included: Professional School Program Coordinator and Dean of the School of Medicine and Humanities in the Upper School, and ELC Admissions Coordinator. Currently, I have the privilege of serving on the Curriculum and Instruction team as the Director of Educational Technology. My professional background of 18 years as a speech-language pathologist in clinical and academic settings and 3 years as an educator and program developer have equipped and launched me into my current role. I have had the privilege of managing high-performing teams, analyzing student data to create the most successful outcomes, investing deeply in the students and faculty at LCA, and cultivating strong community partnerships. I am committed to and focused on the advancement of the mission of LCA to develop strong leaders with biblical convictions who are equipped to succeed in college and beyond, and believe that strong partnerships with parents, along with well-supported educators, are foundational to success in these efforts.

What do you love most about teaching, coaching, or working at LCA?

RELATIONSHIPS- building relationships with students, faculty, staff, families…it truly fills my cup. Jesus modeled such incredible ways to build relationships and love others well, and I believe it is paramount to advancing His kingdom.

What is your favorite scripture? Why?

Proverbs 3:5-6. This is a scripture that the Lord initially used in my life through my best friend in middle and high school. She went home to Jesus after a difficult battle with Leukemia when we were Juniors in high school. This verse continues to remind me of His sovereignty and my need to trust Him deeply, allowing Him to guide my steps.