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Ted Theodosopoulos

The Nueva School
Upper School Math Teacher
Ted is thrilled to have moved across the country with his family to join Nueva’s upper school math faculty, bringing his diverse teaching career at all levels in academics. Most recently Ted was the mathematics department chair at Worcester Academy in Worcester, MA, and before that he taught at Saint Ann’s School (NY), NYU, Swarthmore College, and Drexel University. He joined the Worcester faculty to experience boarding-school life after teaching for six years at Saint Ann’s in grades 3–7 and 9–12. His academic background is deep, having earned a PhD and MS in operations research and individual BS degrees in political science, aeronautics and astronautics, and mathematics, all from MIT.

Ted is passionate about bringing his experiences accumulated in the interactions of mathematics with other disciplines, from the physical and biological to the engineered and social realms, into the classroom. Ted is joined at Nueva by his daughter, Eugenia, a new member of the tenth grade.