He's a nice guy, but the classes are like zoos. Also if you disagree about something on the test there's no use in arguing. Most of the things we did in class felt like busywork.
Mr. Wilcox is a good teacher, although he is very opinionated--to the point where it is sometimes difficult to maintain a proper class discussion or debate about an issue. Instead of an environment where ideas can be shared freely, it sometimes felt like a his-way-or-the-highway kind of lecture. (The economy can't be fixed by printing more money, Mr. Wilcox.) All in all though, I did enjoy many aspects of his class, and it was a refreshing break from the usual theology classes I've had to take.
He was a nice enough guy I suppose. It bothered me though that his class was hard to take seriously - heavy on pointless group projects, not enough review for tests (they were mostly guesswork.)
Mr. Wilcox is by far the best to step foot into Arlington Catholic. Really good teacher who geninuely cares about his students and what they learn.
mr. wilcox is the man ! tests are kinda hard though. but still the man
100% good guy, you're lucky if you get him Junior Year.
wilcox is the man...not so much in class as he is as a coach...but still great.