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Logan Froerer

Logan grew up in Huntsville, Utah, attended St. Joseph's Catholic High School, and then completed his Bachelor's in English and political science at the University of Utah. During his undergraduate career, he served as editor of the Hinckley Journal of Politics, then began to feel the call to teach. He worked in Mexico City at a De La Salle Brothers' orphanage, and led an internship program for AVID high schoolers at the Utah State Capitol during the annual legislative session.  

His professional teaching career began with Teach for America in Chicago and Detroit, and continued back in Utah at DaVinci Academy of Science and the Arts, where he taught English courses ranging from middle school reading intervention through Advanced Placement Literature. In addition to his teaching load, he served as DaVinci's ACT Prep Director, Instructional Coach, and Data and Assessment Coordinator, and also returned the University of Utah to complete his Master's in Education. 

He strives to challenge and support students in equal measure, and is excited to work with Seton's students with the same vision his best high school teacher had: to not just leave school ready for college, but to be prepared to excel at the top of your class in college. Outside of school, he loves the outdoors, baking, cooking, and gardening, but most recently, he's replaced all that quite joyously with becoming the proudest papa to his new baby Lawrence!