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Albert Roos

Class of 1963

Albert Roos graduated from Donnelly in 1963 and went on to complete his Bachelor of Science in mathematics from St. Benedict’s College (now Benedictine College) in 1965. Later, he earned a master’s degree in mathematics from Pittsburg State University. Roos has used his knowledge and passion for math by teaching high school math in Kansas, Illinois, New York and Massachusetts. Presently, he teaches several honors classes at Lexington High School in Lexington, Massachusetts, including an AP Statistics class. He is well known among students as an instructor who is willing to set aside extra time for students, a quality he undoubtedly acquired during his time at Donnelly College. As an expert in statistical analysis, Roos has also been tapped as a scorer and rater for the national AP statistics exam. 

Albert Roos was inducted in 2010.