I have him as a freshman, and I must say Mr. Hayes is the best. Although he may get off topic, I actually learn stuff I never knew before. He's smart in theology and he is willing to stay after school in order to help you if you are struggling.
He is a great guy but he has no idea whats he is talking about. But if he can make it through college than so can anyone
Great teacher. Just get used to the corny jokes.
The hardest class to teach is freshman christain thought having him last year smoothly helped my transition to BCHIGH and he grew up in my hometown
The Good: Entertaining class, not much hw, great guy....The Bad: sometimes learns nothin, disscracted way to easily, the quizzes he gives are random questions
Don't expect to learn religion. Instead, expect to learn about the famous people he's taught and golf.
We had a review day for Mid-terms, and he spent literally 40 min. talking about how he had to read 30 applications the day before. Sometimes he is funny, but he gets off topic WAY TOO easily.
so few stories. so many times. and tons of powerpoints. that about sums up his clase/
Nice and all, but did not teach. Should not teach. Obsesses about sports and school athletes, and pushes his (often incorrect) views on students. If you disagree with him, you're either stupid or heartless, or worse. To learn, avoid his class.
although the repetition on the stories is often, and he loves the athletes more than anyone, but if ur one of the kids he loves, life is very easy!
Class is pretty boring even though we talk about cool stuff everyday. Assignments, tests, etc. are really hard though, so you really need to teach yourself
It is real easy to get an A if you do the HW because the his class is pointless-- we get so offtopic, but talking about sports for one period a day is fine.
Mr. Hayes wastes students' time like no other teacher. I had him as a sophomore and we did absolutely nothing productive all year long.
Mr Hayes is a good guy and knows his stuff... plus it's pretty funny listening to him talk about his favorite players at the school.
Fails to notice the repetition of stories that he tells the class.
None of you will ever be as good at anything as Matty Greene is at hockey. Period. Haha I'm just kiddin Mr. Hayes, you the man.
great guy, takes a boring subject and makes it relate to you. loves sports.
faith and justice section 6, best class i have had at bchigh. i learned more about life and the world than imaginable. thanks so much mr hayes
speaking of God, Tim Ritter is sooooo good at soccer
Teaches a very open subject (Religion) with quite a narrow viewpoint. Needs to relate to every student instead of using a handful to help conduct the class.
HE's wicked funny, prone to tangents, and I've learned more about interscholastic sports than I do about Ethics and Social Justice. He has a massive dome.
Hayes only seems concerned with himself and his beliefs. He is a primadonna who like to hear himself talk. He is highly volatile. Sometimes he can be nice, but other times he is extremely hypocritical.
Thinks too much about sports and idolizes student athletes.