Cleveland School of Science and Medicine
11th–12th Grade Social Studies
“Tim is not only an outstanding classroom teacher, he is a tremendous advocate for students and has dedicated countless hours to extra-curricular support of student learning. He is a master at engaging students in learning from bell to bell.”
Tim Trepal is a sixth-year social studies teacher at the Cleveland School of Science and Medicine. Tim earned his Bachelor of Arts & Sciences from Kent State University, and then went on to earn his Master of Education in curriculum and instruction through the Master of Urban Secondary Teaching (M.U.S.T.) program at Cleveland State University. Tim has taught a wide variety of courses at Cleveland School of Science and Medicine including: business of healthcare, bioethics, AP psychology, AP government and politics, and honors world history. He has also held different leadership roles as the school’s Mock Trial coach, AAP member, and 11th and 12th grade team leader. Tim was a co-author on “Making My Future Work,” a college and career readiness program developed from a grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education and the Institute of Education Sciences. He is interested in research topics such as developmental psychology, social justice, social and emotional learning, and teacher education.