About Chris Grattoni
I am a 2001 Fremd High School graduate who has returned to Fremd so that I can share my love for mathematics and to rejoin the Fremd community that we're all so lucky to be a part of! After I graduated from Fremd, I pursued a bachelors degree in both Mathematics and English Literature from Northwestern University. I continued on to receive my masters degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from Oxford University and my masters degree in secondary education from Northwestern University.
I returned to Fremd High School in the autumn of 2007, and in that time I have taught a wide range of classes including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. I have also been an assistant math coach since 2007 and an assistant scholastic bowl coach since 2008. I finished a masters degree in Educational Administration in 2011, and plan on completing my National Board Certification in 2012.
In addition to mathematics and teaching, I also enjoy playing guitar, cooking, bike riding, swimming, traveling, and learning new things.
If you're a high school student, here are some resources I've provided about how to transfer college level work you've done in high school to your university and also a piece I wrote about why you should consider a major (or double major or minor) in something quantitative like math or computer science:
Studying Math in College