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Chris White

Seneca High School
Seneca
South Carolina

Chris White has been teaching at Seneca High School for the past 21 years and has served as department chair for 16 of those years. He primarily teaches physics but has also taught physical science, chemistry, biology, Project Lead the Way courses, and currently teaches AP Capstone: Research. White earned a master's of arts in Physics Education from the University of Virginia in 2007 and a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction from Clemson University in 2015. Additionally, he has coached track and field and cross country for the majority of his teaching career and is currently the head Track and Field Coach at Seneca High, serving as the President of the South Carolina Track and Cross Country Coaches Association.

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