#CHOOSEGLOUCESTER VIDEO SERIES: MEET GLOUCESTER HIGH GRADUATE KEVIN NOLAN

For Kevin Nolan, Gloucester High School was a springboard to the world of mechanical and electrical engineering at Virginia Tech University.

Kevin says Gloucester High teacher Kurt Lichtenwald taught him about engineering and physics through hands-on projects and classroom teaching, allowing kids to learn about science in whatever way they learn best.

“I’m grateful for the education I got at Gloucester High School,” Kevin says. “My experience being here has been some of the best few years of my life.”

Watch Kevin’s story:

Fourth in a series of video profiles about why students and their families choose the Gloucester public schools. Read the introductory post about the #ChooseGloucester series here. You can also check out the student video profiles of Lizzie LusterAustin Monell and Delaney Benchoff.

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  • Great GMG video series of GHS grads! Nice surprise to see my great nephew, Kevin Nolan, one of the VATech Hokies, highlighted on your blog–big thank you from Cali!!

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  • Great GMG ChooseGloucester video series of GHS grads! Nice surprise to see my great nephew, Kevin Nolan, one of the VATech Hokies, highlighted on your blog–big thank you from Cali!!

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    • Thanks, Cathy. It was great to talk with Kevin and his dad, Tim. Kevin and so many other Gloucester High kids have such great stories to tell (go, Hokies!)

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  • Great Job once again talk about being in life and being grateful and best experiences of my life is a suitcase proud to take with you into the future. A teacher and Dad way to go and well said Kevin Nolan best wishes (VT) you will do just fine! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

    An to think I thought “slinky down the stairs” was high tech guess it was in my era there! 🙂 Dave

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