Upper School history teacher Conrad Hall has been recognized as a University of Chicago Outstanding Educator, thanks to a nomination by CA alumnus Jack Todd (’20).
Outstanding Educators, “leave an impression that is carried over a lifetime. An Outstanding Educator thinks carefully about their instruction, shares an infectious love for learning, and cares for their students both inside and outside of the classroom,” according to the University of Chicago’s description of the award.
Hall, who joined CA’s faculty in 1998, is known for sparking new passions for history, developing championship-winning cross country and track and field teams, and stewarding a tightly-knit community of running alumni.
Congratulations, Coach Hall!