Adam Lazarewicz holds a B.A. in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis and an M.A. in Social Psychology from the University of Arizona.
Adam currently teaches AP Psychology at University High School, which is a special function public high school for academically gifted and educationally motivated students in TUSD. Adam constantly researches curriculum, content and strategies to help students succeed. He holds frequent study sessions for students to master the curriculum and writing skills needed to be successful on the AP Exam. Adam brings excitement, experimentation, and engagement to his classroom to stimulate student learning and curiosity. Students can be seen attempting to catch balls using glasses that flip vision upside down or trying to identify foods.
Adam is the School Council chair, and has been on the UHS vision, accreditation, and technology committees. He serves on the UHS Instructional Council and has represented UHS on the district budget committee. Adam created the teacher handbook for new faculty members, and has participated in our freshman summer orientation program since 2010. He coached baseball for four years and this year volunteered to coach the cheer team while we worked to hire a new coach.