Mr. Alex Herman

Phone: 410-758-0500

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BA Randolph-Macon College, Business/Economics and German University of Phoenix, Mathematics and Education MA University of Maryland Baltimore County, STEM Education Certifications: Secondary Mathematics, Business Education, and World Languages-German

Mr. Alex Herman

Contact: Alexander.Herman@qacps.org or Phone: 410-758-5500

I am excited to have been a member of the Queen Anne's County High School community since the 2015-2016 school year as a mathematics teacher. That year I taught Algebra 2 Part 1, Algebra 2 Part 2, Precalculus, and Calculus. I was a member of the Queen Anne's County Public Schools STEM Cohort, receiving my MA in STEM Education in the Summer of 2014. 

2016-2017 school year classes taught: Algebra 2 Part 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Digital Electronics and Precalculus.

2017-2018 school year classes taught: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Algebra 2 Part 2, Digital Electronics, Engineering Design and Development (Capstone), and Precalculus. 

2018-2019 school year classes taught: Algebra 2, Digital Electronics, Engineering Design and Development (Capstone), Geometry, and Principles of Business Management.

Syllabi: Business Management and GeometryAlgebra 2, Digital Electronics, Engineering Design and Development

Other Resources: Queen Anne's County High School Athletics Home Page  and  Khan Academy

I am a native Marylander and a graduate of Centennial High School (Howard County), where I was the lacrosse team captain in 1996. I graduated from Randolph-Macon College in 2000 with a BA in Business/Economics and German. I was the president of Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity in 1999, president of the German Club 1999-2000, and president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) 1999-2000. I won the Big Man on Campus award in 2000, and I was the Mens Lacrosse Team Unsung Hero award winner in 2000.

I started my career in Human Resources, before heading to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 2001. I held several staff positions while at the IMF, including Assistant to the Head of Translation and Interpretation Services, and a Program Coordinator in the IMF Institute, which was the training department. During this time, I enrolled with University of Phoenix to receive all of the necessary mathematics and education credits to start teaching High School Mathematics.

My wife and I were married in 2005. Our son was born in 2006. We have several pets, including our pug Hunter and our cats Cody and Bethany. In my free time I enjoy playing soccer and lacrosse with my son, as well as taking canoe and kayak trips all over the Eastern Shore. 

I began my teaching career in the 2007-2008 school year with Southern High School. While there, I taught Algebra 1, Geometry, College Algebra, and Personal Finance/Business Math. I was the Boys JV Lacrosse Coach and a Boys Assistant Varsity Lacrosse Coach (2008 and 2009). Our program at Southern High School was the state runner up for Boys Lacrosse in 2008.

I taught at Kent County High School from the 2009-2010 through the 2014-2015 school years. While at KCHS, I taught Algebra 2, Geometry, Precalculus, STEM Seminar, Trigonometry, and PLTW's Digital Electronics. I coached JV Field Hockey for two seasons, was the class advisor for the class of 2014 for all four of their years, and I was the Assistant Varsity Lacrosse Coach for six seasons (2010-2015).