Christopher Evans, M.Ed.
I am a native of the East Valley. I graduated from Arizona State University in May 2007 where I studied History and Economics, and completed my Masters in Secondary Education in August 2008. This will be my twelvth year teaching, all at Basha, and my tenth year teaching Advanced Placement courses. I was awarded the James Madison Fellowship for Arizona for 2018, and am pursuing a Master's degree in History from Harvard University. As part of my fellowship, I spent the summer at Georgetown University taking graduate course related to the Constitution and taking part in wonderful experiences. In addition to my responsibilities at Basha, I serve on the Teacher Advisory Board for the National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution and travel to DC quarterly for meetings and trainings. I enjoy watching sports and Jeopardy! (James is unreal and we will never see another contestant like him), reading (mostly for classes these days), and mowing the lawn and watering plants.
Awards: BHS Teacher of the Month, November 2008, February 2010
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