Katherine earned a BA in Media Arts and Design from James Madison University in 2013. She graduated in 2015 from Old Dominion University with a M.S. in Secondary Education. Katherine is a class of 2009 graduate of Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School. She also coaches the BSCHS Forensics team and serves as President of the Virginia Catholic Forensics League as of Fall 2017.
Trey holds a BA in English from James Madison University and an MA in Theatre from Regent University. He is the Director of the Barry Robinson Theater and Fine Arts Center at Bishop Sullivan CHS as well as the director of the CHS Theater Company. Trey began teaching at BSCHS in 2000.
Christy graduated from Old Dominion with a PhD in English, from West Chester University with an MEd in Secondary Education, and from King's College in Pennsylvania with a BA in Communications and English. She has taught college and high school students in Pennsylvania and Virginia, most recently at Old Dominion University. Christy lives in Virginia Beach with her husband and their two demanding tabby cats, Jake and Sammy.
Clarissa earned her B.A. with a double major in English Writing and Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville and her M.A. in Human Rights Law from Regent University. After some time lobbying at the United Nations, teaching ESL, and working as a paralegal, she taught English at a Catholic high school and fell in love with the job. She’s excited to return to Virginia Beach and teach at Bishop Sullivan! In her free time, she enjoys watching cheesy Hallmark Movies, drinking lots of coffee, and hanging out with her new husband.
Her best advice for high schoolers is to “Be amazed at the heights to which you are called!” (Saint John Paul the Great).
Michael earned a B.S. degree in Mass Communications from Norfolk State University. He has spent more than 30 years working in the Hampton Roads market as a broadcast technician and content provider in the television, radio and print media. He has authored and self-published two books and produces Christian inspired poetry and videos for social media. He is the proud father of two wonderful adult daughters.
He is a 1984 graduate of Norfolk Catholic High School and spent the last 15 years as a pastoral musician for three area churches. He is genuinely excited to be a member of the English faculty as a Journalism instructor and looking forward to reviving the campus newspaper “The Defensor.”
Michael lives by the aphorism as a testament to God guiding his every step in life, “Speak Lord for your servant is listening,” (1 Samuel 3:9).
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Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School
4552 Princess Anne Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 Phone: (757) 467-2881 Fax: (757) 467-0284 Email: email@example.com
Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School is AdvancED accredited and the Diocese of Richmond is AdvancED accredited as a school system.
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Bishop Sullivan CHS is listed as one of Virginia Living's Top High Schools and Colleges 2018
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