Introducing: Mr. Parmar


Photo provided by: Mr. Parmar

Rosary’s new science teacher, Mr. Parmar

Alicia Dofelmier, Feature Editor

Every year Rosary Academy welcomes many new teachers and staff. This year Rosary welcomes a new Physical Science and Biology teacher, Mr. Parmar. I had the pleasure of interviewing Mr. Parmar to help the Rosary community get to know him better.

Q: Where were you born and raised?

A: I was born and raised here in Orange County. I’ve been local all my life. 

Q: Where did you go to college?

A: I received my undergraduate degree at Chapman, my masters at Loyola Marymount and my second masters online at Holy Apostles.

Q: What is your family like?

A: They are very supportive of all of my interests.

Q: What are some of your interests/hobbies?

A: I enjoy reading and watching way too many movies. I also enjoy anything imaginative, and have played way too many video games, especially city-building games.

Q: What drew you to want to teach biology?

A:  I have always liked science since I was little, and in high school, my two favorite classes were physics and biology. Since the college that I went to did not have a Physics major, I decided to pursue a Biology major.

Mr. Parmar’s dog, Mazda (Photo provided by: Mr. Parmar)

Q: What’s your favorite color?

A: Green

Q: What’s your favorite movie?

A: “The Fall” by Tarsem Singh, which I highly recommend.

Q: What do you feel you can bring to Rosary?

A: I want to foster a love of learning in my students, and I want for students to be excited about studying science.

The Rosary community is very lucky to have Mr. Parmar. If you see him around campus be sure to reach out and say hello.