Just a couple of the great ones I've had—I happen to have photos with them from graduation last night!
- •Mr. PaganiA huge nerd, an articulate and careful speaker, a clinical thinker with a flair for the poetic, and my Latin/Greek teacher 3 of the 6 years I've known him. He's smarter than I'll ever be and better at Greek than I thought was possible. I love this guy.
- •Mr. ColganWe had a rough time in Calc 1 last year, but after he stopped teaching me I realized he's actually awesome. Now that I'm not frustrated by his class I've had a chance to get to know him better and we teased back and forth when he came on my choir trip this year 👍🏾 I always enjoy friendly mockery of my teachers 😂
- •Ms. McCalebThere are no words. She is a goddess. She never actually taught me formally but from afar I've learned so much.
- •Mr. SifertIt seems we are incapable of getting a normal photo 😂 my lovely thesis advisor, T sifes (mr. Sifert) is the sweetest person I know even though he works pretty hard to hide it. He's also mega smart so.
- •We tried.
- •Mrs. RathsburgI've listed about her before. She is my muse.
- •Mr. DickersonAhhhh! He's so intense, hilarious, and a consistent advocate for reason above all else (in a good way). He constantly reminds us to have integrity and strive for knowledge. I'm so lucky to have had him twice, especially this year—it's been incredible.
- •Ms. Bassi & Mr. DickAn unfortunate set of names, but some of the most awesome people ever. Ms. Bassi is loving and hilarious, and Mr. Dick is sardonic, wanna-be jaded, and super chill with a habit of listening in on incriminating student conversations, joining in, and then successfully blackmailing them later as if he had no part 😂
- •Mr. SullivanThe man. The legend. Most beloved man on campus and a mentor of mine. Also the least cynical old man on the planet.