Rob Drapeau has over 20 years of experience teaching Theology to students ranging from fifth graders in their wonder years to retirees in their golden years. He spent eight years as a Theology Instructor at Brophy College Preparatory and six years teaching Theology, Language Arts, and Latin to junior high students at Saint Maximilian Kolbe School. He has taught numerous classes for The Institute of Catholic Theology at Saint Thomas the Apostle parish and adult faith formation classes at both Saint Thomas the Apostle and Saint Joan of Arc. He has a BA in Religious Studies from the University of Arizona and an MAEd in Educational Technology from the University of Phoenix. Currently, Rob is the Dean of Academics at Saint Mary’s Catholic High School. He also assists with the Inquiry process at his parish, Saint Thomas the Apostle, and serves on the board of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development for the Diocese of Phoenix. Rob is the proud father of seven children (Sophia, Joseph, Olivia, Francesca, Max, Gemma, and Chiara) and the happy husband of one wife, Amy.
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