Department Chair - Social StudiesEuropean HistoryWorld CulturesCoach - Women's Soccer
Jeremy Morse has been at JPII for more than 10 years. Jeremy serves the school as a teacher, and department head and still finds time for coaching duties and other volunteer activities.
Jeremy will never tell you how much he does or brags about it. Jeremy is the definition of a servant leader and does not want recognition. We probably only know half of what he does for JPII.
In a society that tells us to think of ourselves more, Jeremy does the opposite and only thinks of others, that is how he shows his love for the Lord. Jeremy serves everyone around him and sets an example for all who encounter him.
If you ever walk into Jeremy’s classroom, you will see engaged students being challenged to be their best. Jeremy sets high expectations for his students because he knows they can meet them. Jeremy is respected and loved by students in his classes and the soccer team he coaches. As a result, Jeremy’s students are high performers, both in the classroom and on the field.
Jeremy incorporates his faith into his classroom daily. Once this year, a student asked him questions about the Bible’s historical evidence. Jeremy spent a good deal of time with him after class and told the student that there is tons of evidence out there to prove the Bible is true but at the end of the day, we have to understand that we may not ever understand it all because God is bigger and wiser than all of us. Jeremy explained that faith is just that – knowing we may not ever know it all but believing the Lord is our Savior anyway!
When people in our community meet and get to know Jeremy, they see Christ in him.