Swimming & Diving - Coed Varsity
Head Coach - Carly Evans
Assitant Coaches - Robert Nolte and Abigail Greer
Carly Evans | profile
Bio to follow
Robert Nolte | profile
"My approach to teaching is to set high standards for my students while providing them with all the tools and assistance they need to meet, or even surpass those standards," says teacher, Alumni Liaison, and Moderator of the Alumni Mentor program, Robert Nolte. Mr. Nolte previously taught College Preparatory Algebra I, Honors Geometry, Pre-Calculus, and was the Director of Admissions. This year, Mr. Nolte will be teaching Algebra I Lab and Honors Geometry/Trigonometry.
A veteran teacher of 24 years, the past 19 spent at Bishop McNamara, Mr. Nolte holds a B.S. in Secondary Mathematics Education from The Florida State University and is also a USSF Licensed Youth Soccer Coach.
When asked why he enjoys working at Bishop McNamara, Mr. Nolte responded, "I love the true community feel Bishop McNamara offers and I cherish the type of student that this school typically attracts."
Abigail Greer | profile
Mrs. Abigail (Abbie) Greer is the Director of Student Support at Bishop McNamara High School, having served as the BMHS Director of Admissions for the last two years.
Mrs. Greer started her teaching career as a science teacher at Bishop McNamara in 2005. She has spent the last seven years as an administrator at the elementary level, most recently serving as the principal at The Academy of Saint Matthias the Apostle in Lanham, Maryland. While at Saint Matthias, she created partnerships with The University of Notre Dame, through the ACE teaching program, and Boston College, through the implementation of a two-way immersion model. Saint Matthias saw a change in their enrollment trend and their school identity during Mrs. Greer's tenure. Mrs. Greer was also the school counselor at Saint Mary of the Mills in Laurel, Maryland for three years where she implemented a systemic school counseling program including a focus on academic and social skills.
She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland (B.A. in Psychology), a Master's degree from George Washington University (M.A in Education and Human Development in School Counseling) and a certificate from George Washington University in Counseling Diverse Populations. While at George Washington, Mrs. Greer was a mentor for developmentally delayed interns at the Kennedy Center, and was a counselor at the community counseling center. Mrs. Greer has spoken nationally on character education, inclusion, and social media usage. Mrs. Greer currently serves on the National Catholic Educational Association's Advisory council. She is also a participant in the Boston College Emmaus Leadership Series.
A former swim coach, Mrs. Greer enjoys running, swimming, spending time with her family, and cheering on her sports teams.