Graduated class of '07 and am still using techniques that I'd learned in Cram's class. His class set the foundation for my success in college.
John was a great influence on my education, and mostly the kind that you do not realize until afterwards how important it was. Thank you, John, for all that you did!
One of the top five teachers at Judge, and definitely the top English teacher in the diocese. Will never learn anything more than I could learn in his classroom.
He left to go be an assistant principal somewhere else.Miss Higgens isn't as good as he was. Hope she can at least prepare us for the SAT like he was going to...
Pushes students to do their best. He is a great teacher.
He definitely does push the students to work hard, and the takeaway is the ability to logically structure an essay. However, he forces a pompous style on the entire class, which is not really useful.
Cramatrollo is a good teacher, you'll learn a lot, even if the guy makes fun of you constantly.
Cram was a good man, tough though. He'd push you. I hated him with a passion when i had him but learned to like the guy - he grows on you and treats you fair if you work hard.
A good teacher despite his little man Napoleon Complex.
I did not graduate from Judge; dropped out in 86. However, I do remember reading the Martian Chronicles with him...HE IS GREAT!!
He's difficult and has a Napoleanic Complex. But he IS A GREAT TEACHER. You will want to thank him when you get to college and easily perform well.
He makes the homework too hard and strenuous, and refuses to treat us like adults.
Overly arrogant, argues with students for a false sense of self-security, not helpful due to the fact that he makes 11thgr. attempt to write at a graduate level
Although Cram's students compare him to Beelzebub, they all appreciate him when they get out! Hang in there boys, if you are going to college you will appreciat
Class of '98 - I had Cram for soph and senior english... One of the best teachers. The only reason I did well on college papers is because of Cram.
Had Mr Cram back in '86 - learned more than I realized at the time and found much of what he tought (I learned) very useful in college
I graduated in '92. Thanks to Mr. Cramatolo, I was ahead of the curve in college, and even in Grad school. He's one of the best around!