Adam Osborn

History Department Chair, Upper School History
B.A., Kenyon College
M.A., College of William & Mary
"Have an opinion. You can't sit still on a moving train."

Email Address: aosborn@boyslatinmd.com

Phone Number: 410-377-5192 ext. 1259

Joined Boys' Latin: 
2006

Classes:
History Department Chair
Upper School History

Extracurricular:
Faculty Advisor, Great Strides Club, Gamers United
Coach/Advisor, It's Academic Team

Hometown: Kansas City, MO

Education & Professional Training:
B.A., Kenyon College
M.A., College of William & Mary

Teaching Experience:
Middle and Upper School History and English Teacher, Talmudical Academy
College Board AP Certification

Awards, Honors and Recognition:
Featured Teacher, 2015, What's Up Magazine
Thomas V. Kotras Excellence in Teaching Award, 2014, The Boys' Latin School
Summer Travel Grant Award, 2010, The Boys' Latin School
Upper School Mentor Award, 2009, The Boys' Latin School
Edward E. Ford Enrichment Award, 2008, The Boys' Latin School

Teaching At BL:
Mr. Osborn's approach to teaching is simple; "Keep the energy high, the pace fast, and above all, keep it fun."

He believes that the study of history allows one to fully understand the 'how' and 'why' of current events and that the lessons of the past must inform our decisions about the future. Through teaching, he feels he has the opportunity to positively impact young men who will one day be in positions to make bold decisions and do great things.

One of the reasons that Mr. Osborn loves to teach at BL is the community of families, administrators, colleagues and students who are so supportive of each other."The close-knit nature of our community is special and it makes me very proud to be able to be a part of it."

What's More:
Mr. Osborn lives with his wife, who is a cyber security expert for Unit 42 of Palo Alto Networks, and their three dogs and two cats. He is a big fan of the Kansas City Chiefs, Manchester United, Dungeons & Dragons and, if he was not teaching at BL, he would be "the play-by-play announcer for the Kansas City Chiefs."
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