Seventeen Years of Hizzo: A Tribute to Mr. Henderson

By Kyle M 17 May 2018 This May, Mr. Henderson – better known among students as “Hizzo” – will be retiring after seventeen years at Shorecrest. In the course of his long career here, Mr. Henderson has taught hundreds of students in a variety of classes. His course load has included regular freshman English andContinue reading “Seventeen Years of Hizzo: A Tribute to Mr. Henderson”

Making Shorecrest a Better Place: A Tribute to Mr. Dillow

By Kyle M 17 May 2018 Mr. Dillow will be stepping down as the head of the Upper School next year, having accepted a job as head of school at Kingswood Oxford School in Connecticut. His position will be filled by Mr. Paige, the current Dean of Faculty and assistant Upper School Head. When Mr.Continue reading “Making Shorecrest a Better Place: A Tribute to Mr. Dillow”

From Physics to Crestviews and More: A Tribute to Mr. Nap

By Samantha E 17 May 2018 Mr. Napodano, or T-Nap, as he is known to many, has been a staple in the Shorecrest community for 28 years. Almost all freshmen, and occasionally some juniors, take his Conceptual Physics class that he has taught for 25 years now. Many of the outstanding students he teaches thenContinue reading “From Physics to Crestviews and More: A Tribute to Mr. Nap”

“Smart, Clever, Quick on his Feet”: A Tribute to Mr. Thayer

By Hunter H 17 May 2018 It was almost four years ago when I walked into my first high school class: Mr. Field’s Honors Geometry class. It remains to this day one of my favorite classes. I was deeply saddened to see him leave, and I thought it was impossible for someone to live upContinue reading ““Smart, Clever, Quick on his Feet”: A Tribute to Mr. Thayer”

“A Compassionate Counselor and a Wonderful Friend”: A Tribute to Dr. Hamilton

By Adrianna L 17 May 2018 For thirty-one years, Dr. Pamela Hamilton has been a symbol of elegance and dedication at Shorecrest as the Upper School Counselor and the AP Psychology teacher. When she first arrived, she taught psychology classes part-time so that she could spend time with her two children who were young atContinue reading ““A Compassionate Counselor and a Wonderful Friend”: A Tribute to Dr. Hamilton”