Probably one of the greatest teachers I have ever had. He not only teaches you math, but he also teaches you about life. Be prepared for a tough class, but it will teach more than you can imagine.
By the numbers, not a great teacher, but he's just one of those Carlmont experiences. He makes you figure out a lot of stuff yourself, which can be the greatest lesson of all.
Great Teacher. His class is not for the faint of heart. Extremely challanging, but appropriately so. You may sometimes find his students crying because they can't take the heat.
His permanent monotone voice makes it IMPOSSIBLE to tell when he's joking or not. But the silent laugh that he makes after is the scariest/funniest thing ever. He's a good teacher though(but boring)
good teacher, extremely unpredictable and kinda scary
Very understanding but extremely difficult and can be sometimes unreasonable. However, he will turn your life's clock five minutes ahead and simulate/prepare you for college.
tough, emotionally draining. but somehow i still learned a lot and the class really prepared me for college.
Arguably the best Math teacher in the district and the county.
Not until I started taking college courses did I realized that he helped me realize what college math would be like. Although he's tough, he prepares you well.
You don't realize how helpful and easy he was to understand until you take another calculus class. It takes a while to get past his scariness.