Basketball - Boys JV
Scott Stachelhaus has been a member of the school’s science department since 2011. During his time on the Hilltop, he has taught all four levels of chemistry, along with advanced environmental science and an environmental studies elective. Stachelhaus is also a coach on the varsity football and track and field teams, and he serves as a dorm parent in the evenings. In his classes, Stachelhaus places an emphasis on the problem-solving aspects of science and the practical applications of scientific concepts. In doing so, he draws from his prior experience as a marine chemist. Stachelhaus’ own scientific research has been published in several journals, including Marine Chemistry and the Journal of Geophysical Research. Stachelhaus holds a Ph.D. in oceanography from the University of Rhode Island and a bachelor’s degree in earth science from Boston University.
John Roeser teaches advanced economics and English and coaches JV boys’ basketball and varsity baseball. Prior to his arrival at St. George’s, Roeser worked as a senior policy analyst at AIG in New York’s financial district and as a private practice attorney for firms in New York and New Jersey. Roeser’s primary areas of legal practice included environmental, intellectual property and banking law. Before law school Roeser worked as a teacher at The Pingry School in New Jersey, teaching AP economics and AP government and coaching soccer, basketball and baseball. Roeser holds bachelor’s degree, cum laude, from Duke University in English and history and a juris doctor degree and master’s degree in foreign affairs from the University of Virginia. He clerked for the Honorable Philip S. Carchman and held bar admissions from New Jersey and the District of New Jersey.