About: Before Mr. Mulholland landed his dream position of teaching Latin, he had a varied teaching career. He taught the History of Japan; the History of Biological Science, 1500-1990; and Survey of Ancient Western Civilization 5,000 BC - 814 AD while a graduate student at UCLA. As a high school teacher, he has taught AP European History, Summer School English, Intro to Catholic Christianity, Journalism, Pre-Calculus, Pre-Calculus Honors, AP Calculus AB, World History, AP Comparative Government, AP American Government, and Honors Latin IV. Since 2004, he has been the Lecturer in History for the award-winning MD Academic Decathlon Team. Occasionally, he has also been a dramaturge for the MD Theatre. Currently, Mr. Mulholland teaches all four years, both honors and college-prep courses, of Latin at Mater Dei High School as well as 2 classes of AP US Government and Politics.
When not teaching, he enjoys spending time with his wife and four children, cooking, reading, and playing video games.
Education: Master's, Bachelor's Degree
Master of Arts in Ancient Roman History - UCLA; Bachelor of Arts in Classical Civilization with an emphasis in Religion and Mythology - UCLA
Teaching Since: 1995
Teaching at MD since: 2001