Mr. Daniel Nicholas teaches twelfth grade Literature and Senior Thesis. He holds a bachelor's degree in Philosophy and in Biblical studies with a concentration in New Testament Greek from Eastern University near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Originally from Syracuse, New York, he worked for five years in student services with Pacific Bible College in Medford, Oregon, eventually serving as Dean of Students from 2015-2017. During this time, he taught various college courses in college writing, composition, logic, church history, and biblical Greek. Mr. Nicholas relocated to the Dallas area in July of this year to pursue graduate studies. He also serves as an ordained Reader at St. Seraphim Orthodox Church in Dallas. He has been wed since 2010 and is father to two young boys. In his few spare moments, Mr. Nicholas enjoys reading and discussing theology, late scholastic and early Renaissance philosophy, poetry, listening to opera, playing the violin, crossword puzzles, and basking in the beautiful outdoors in any and every way possible.