Probably one of my favorite teachers, he's one of the funniest people I know and is always a source of intelligent conversation (if you want to get on his good side, gear up on your Lord of the Rings and World of Warcraft knowledge)
I graduated from PNH about 8 years ago. Vogt was one of my favorite teachers. I had him for government as a junior and AP Euro as a senior. He is bright and his lessons are thought-provoking. He did r
He is extremely brilliant, beyond genius level, but that is good and bad. He is a good teacher, but is often biased and his tests are hard, but you will learn a lot, a whole lot.
He's a smart person but he is biased. During discussions only his point of view is correct (sorry but according to him evolution is false). Don't even try to argue back because he'll just insult you.
probably one of the smartest people in the entire building, but he's an intellectual snob, honestly. good, (sort of funny?) teacher, not so nice of a person. what you learn is worth the effort though.
Definitely has his bias, but his class does make you think. He's a pretty funny guy, too.
i had him for world history and hated him, then for econ and loved him. Hes better with the older kids
he's good for thought + not just facts. even in honors sophomore history, he makes you feel like you're in college. he does have some slight psychological problems though.
Great teacher. Promotes independant thinking. A class not to miss. High expectations yields High results. Lots of work+Lots thinking=Lots of learning.
I hated him. Mean person. Clever, however feels above everything in the world.
difficult, insensitive but the smartest history teacher at school
Sometimes not the most helpful or kindest teacher, but he knows a lot, is very intelligent, and teaches effectively.