Clint Gibson » Biography


Clint Gibson is originally from rural eastern North Carolina. He taught high school physics, mathematics and computer science for four years at Commonwealth Academy in Alexandria, VA. At Trinity Hall, Clint teaches physics to the 9th grade, engineering to the 10th and the 12th grades, and directs the robotics club. He brings with him the philosophy that, in teaching, science is an action, and is best taught through labs, demonstrations and experimentation.

Clint earned a B.S. in physics and a B.S. in aerospace engineering from NC State University, an M.Sc. in theoretical physics from the University of Helsinki, and began an M.S. in Science Education through Montana State University in June 2018. After realizing his vocation in education, he completed teacher licensing courses at the University of Virginia. Outside of school he loves traveling, learning about new cultures (and their food!), and studying languages. He also enjoys aviation, and is currently completing his training to be a private pilot.

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