Jennifer Rogers graduated from BHP High School in 2005. After high school, she went to Clemson University and graduated in 2008 with a degree in Health Science. It wasn't until after college that Mrs. Rogers realized she wanted to become a teacher. She then obtained a Master of Arts in Teaching from Converse College in 2011. Mrs. Rogers' mom was a huge influence on her becoming a teacher. She saw the pure joy that being a teacher brought to her life. Mrs. Rogers has been teaching science at BHP for six years and this is her first year being the Student Council adviser. Mrs. Rogers said, "I absolutely LOVE what I teach! My favorite part about teaching is building relationships with students and impacting their lives beyond academics. One of my favorite recent projects was students modeling the phases of mitosis using their bodies and a few other props. I love incorporating as many hands-on activities as possible in science. It makes learning fun and meaningful!"
We are so thankful for your dedication to our students in Anderson School District Two.