Faculty Feature Series
Bishop Shanahan High School's faculty members are committed to sustaining excellence, and providing a strong spiritual life, along with challenging academic and rich extracurricular programs. Here you will learn more about our faculty and their many accomplishments!
I made the decision to be a teacher while still in high school. I saw it as my opportunity to spread kindness and compassion to others, and as a means to model the behaviors we want to see in the world to the younger generation....
I try to connect everything we read with real world experiences. This hopefully leaves a lasting connection in students' minds. For instance, my Honors Freshmen read “Ground Zero." I wanted them to have a true sense of what happened in our country on 9/11 and what life is like in...
I did not want to work in an office, so I followed my interests in social studies and history into teaching. Since I had good social studies teachers, I decided that I wanted to bring that same enthusiasm back to the students. It is rewarding seeing them graduate and make their way in the world.
During my senior year in high school, I took my first art elective and discovered an ability that I began to develop. While in college, I majored in art and eventually wanted to share my love of art with others. My first position was in a public school in Indiana teaching...Learn more ->
I can really trace my love for teaching back to my own Catholic high school experience at Cardinal O’Hara. During my junior and senior years of high school, I would often explain concepts covered in class to my friends and classmates. After I was finished...Learn more->
I was always interested in being a teacher, even when I was a teenager. In college, I was encouraged to study business, so I did. I worked as a project director for a marketing firm for fourteen years before deciding that it was not for me. I decided to pursue my dream of teaching, and was hired at BSHS twenty one years ago (Sr. Maureen’s first hire). Learn More->