I teach Computer Science and Physics.
Computer science is everywhere in our daily lives – it affects how we work, play, communicate and travel. Computer science careers are some of the best paid and fastest growing. In addition, computer science is necessary in almost every other technical field.
Physics is the basis of almost all modern technology, and learning physics means learning to problem-solve and learning to think.
Computer Science and Physics students gain the technological and thinking skills to be successful in college and career.
I was born in Nebraska, but I moved here as a child, so I’m basically a Colorado native. I graduated from Wheat Ridge High School, earned a Physics Degree at Colorado College, and an Education Degree from University of Colorado. I have a terrific wife, Gloria, and two wonderful grown daughters, Teresa and Becky.
Besides teaching Computer Science and Physics, I am one of GMHS’s Academy Coordinators. So, I spend a lot of time helping many different GMHS students make the most out of their high school education by completing Academy Pathways and participating in Mock Interviews, Career Shadows and Internships.