Meet Our Faculty: Dan Forseth

The teachers and staff members at St. Paul Preparatory share a love of cultures and education. We come from diverse backgrounds and share our unique talents and experiences with our school community. We truly care about our students and take joy in helping them reach their full potential.

Meet Dan Forseth from our science department.

Faculty Profile, Dan Forseth

Science Department

  • Favorite movie: Hero
  • Favorite book: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
  • Favorite color: Blue
  • Favorite food:  Brats

What subjects do you teach?

Biology, other sciences

Why does Biology matter?

 Biology explains so much of our world. Many people have misconceptions of Biology. My favorite thing about teaching Biology is to help students break through these misconceptions into deeper learning.

What do you do when you’re not working at SPP?

Climb, bike, camp, and study bio-physics.

How did you spend your summer?

I ran a STEM summer institute at Augsburg College where experienced high school teachers work with teachers in training. They do college level research while adapting the research to the high school classroom.

Where is the best place you’ve ever lived or visited and why?

Minnesota. We have everything to satisfy an outdoorsman.

What’s the coolest thing you’ve ever done?

During college, I ran the campus radio station. (That’s cool right?)

What’s something you’re planning to do this school year?

Have a successful robotics season.

What do you find fascinating?

The length of this questionnaire. 🙂

If you weren’t teaching, what job would you want?

Highway Helper or Bicycle Repair

Learn more about Mr. Forseth and St. Paul Preparatory Faculty and Staff.

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Nacel Open Door

Nacel Open Door, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to international understanding and language education.

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