Mr. Nuxoll is a great teacher. Sure his class is no joke and you'll have to earn your grade, but he makes class fun. And in history that's about all you can ask for. Be ready to rip on Charles deGaulle though, he's obsessed.
Super hard class but great teacher, really knows his stuff
BEST TEACHER EVER!!! He is the reason why I want to study history in college!!! Seriously, his class is just so fun! Both the AP Euro and the AP US!!!
If you need to know any random little detail about history, current events, or grammar, I'd ask this man. He is amazingly knowledgeable, passionate about what he teaches, and genuinely cares about the school. He has an eccentric enthusiasm about what he teaches, and is willing to make himself look like a complete and utter fool in order to make his students remember what they need to to pass their AP exams. Love him.
Mr. Nuxoll is weird, but he doesnt care what other people think about him and that makes him cool
I had him for three straight years in history. He has to be one of the best teachers [and nicest people] out there. He makes history exciting! Teachers who make history exciting are rare. I took AP History classes just so I could have him for a teacher, and they were hard as hell, but guess what? It paid off. I ended up getting a 5 on the AP US History Exam...and this is from the kid who fell dead asleep in class several times a week from exhaustion <- from doing hmwk assignments for his class!
He's cool. I like how he's funny and teaches at the same time.
Mr. Nuxoll is one awesome person. He's not only a teacher, but a friend. He lends an ear and a helping hand whenever needed. He's very trust worthy too.
He may be the toughest teacher I've ever had (and I'm a junior at UC Davis), but what I learned in his class has exceeded every history class I've ever taken.
his tests are hard and he's my toughest teacher but he's also my favorite
Best teacher at Marist, made my stay at Marist very good. Thanks Mr. Nuxoll. De Gaulle is no good still....
Mr. Nuxoll is the man, best teacher at the school hands down