Carol holds a BS in Toxicology from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia and an MS and PhD in Toxicology from the University of Rochester. She is currently the Coach CHS' award-winning Blue Crab Bowl team. In 2012 Carol was presented with the Outstanding Biology Teacher award from the Virginia Association of Biology Teachers and the National Association of Biology Teachers. Carol began teaching at CHS in 2005
Jennifer earned her BS in Chemistry from Villanova University, and her MS in Chemistry from the University of Virginia. She taught College Chemistry and Organic Chemistry at Old Dominion University for 15 years, and Introduction to Physical Science at Norfolk State University.
She worked as a professional chemistry tutor, and an educational consultant for McGraw Hill Higher Education. Jennifer served as a substitute teacher at CHS during the 2015-2016 school year, and joined the faculty full time in 2016. She teaches AP Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, and Chemistry, and serves as an SCA moderator, Junior class moderator, Chemistry Club moderator, and Medical Club moderator.
Pat earned his BS in Biology from Christopher Newport University and an MA in Teaching from Wesley College. He teaches most of entering freshmen in Integrated Science, or Earth Science. Pat began teaching at CHS in 2011.
Jennifer earned her BS in Zoology from Oregon State University and an MA in teaching from Columbia College. She is a senior class moderator and teaches Biology and Honors Chemistry as well as AP Environmental Science. She is married with three children and loves to run, read and sew! Jennifer started teaching at CHS in 2012.
Bill retired from a thirty-year career as a Naval Officer serving as a Surface Warfare Officer and Naval Nuclear Propulsion Engineer, culminating as a Reactor Officer on a nuclear powered aircraft carrier. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master's Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies from the U.S. Naval War College. He is certified as a Professional Engineer in Electrical Engineering in the state of Virginia. Bill and his wife Linda have two children, Noah and Chessie. The family lives in Hampton, VA.
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Catholic High School is AdvancED accredited and the Diocese of Richmond is AdvancED accredited as a school system.
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Catholic High School is listed as one of Virginia Living's Top High Schools and Colleges 2018
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