Mr. Alan Hahn
CEO, Founder, and Honors US Constitution Teacher
My entrance into secondary education stems from failing to engage or to be engaged in my education until well after high school. I became a teacher hoping my students would be engaged and learn to be engaging. From dull corporate headquarters to life in the beautiful Venezuelan Andes, working in federal prison, teaching in San Francisco, framing houses, working as a hostage negotiator, writing my doctoral dissertation in education, marrying as an immature young man, accepting Christ in 1999, and starting a school focused on biblical manhood, my own education has been a charming journey. In God’s grace and reflective of His sense of humor, He has granted me the great privilege of being a teacher. I am fortunate to have a patient, loving wife, and two children genuinely pursuing their own calls to discipleship. I attend The Summit Church at Capital Hills.
Classes Taught: Honors US Constitution
What I’m reading now: Atomic Habits by James Clear, The Education of an Idealist by Samantha Power, Simple and Direct by Jacques Barzun, Paradigms Lost: Reflections on Literacy by John Simon, Paris 1919: Six Months That Changed the World by Margaret MacMillan, the bound Cook's Magazine collection for 2019, the daily Wall Street Journal, sundry half-read books on topics from Jeremiah Johnson to stoicism, and (I'm always rereading) Dietrich Bonhoeffer's The Cost of Discipleship.
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