He is the renowned mathematician of Foshay for 17 years (since 1992)
Mr. Newhouse’s hobbies include Math, Robotics, and The Three Stooges.
He coordinates Foshay’s MESA and robotics and helped led Foshay’s Team 597 to many honorary recognition from local, regional, state, and national competitions.
Students of his class are taught in a college lecture atmosphere. Mr. Newhouse encourages his students to read the material before class and expects students to come into class with questions and answers. He guides his daily lessons by going over warm-up questions that pertain to the reading from previous homework assignments. By having students struggle with the unfamiliar warm-up and working through the problems help students consume knowledge like a college students.
Mr. Newhouse teaches 9th through 12th grade students Algebra 2, Math Analysis, and Calculus AB. In Algebra 2, students are expected to master solving quadratic equations, graphing conic sections, Log and Natural Log, and Trigs. Math Analysis students are to triumph trigonometry, Logarithms, and all Algebra basics. Calculus students must ultimately embrace Rates of Change and Solids of Revolution.