Title: Retired Secondary School Educator, Author
Company: St. Paul’s School
Location: Concord, New Hampshire, United States
William Kellogg, Retired Educator at Saint Paul’s School, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in secondary school education.
In preparation for his career, Mr. Kellogg studied at Princeton University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in 1949. Soon thereafter, he continued his academic career and earned a Master of Education from Harvard University in 1954, going on to complete further coursework at Stanford University and the University of Pennsylvania between 1957 and 1962. At the start of his career, Mr. Kellogg taught history at the Valley School of Ligonier in Ligonier, Pennsylvania from 1949 to 1951, later accepting a position at St. Paul’s School in Concord, New Hampshire in 1954. He worked as a history teacher at the school for 40 years, and during this time, he additionally served as the head of the history department, the director of activities, and the director of the intern program, before his retirement in 1994.
Throughout his career with St. Paul’s School, Mr. Kellogg served terms as the president of the New Hampshire Chapter of Educators for Social Responsibility and New Hampshire History Day. He completed military service in the United States Medical Corps, serving as a first lieutenant from 1951 to 1953. As a respected voice in the industry, Mr. Kellogg’s published works include “Out of the Past,” “Greece and the Aegean,” “American History, the Easy Way” and “How to Prepare for the AP Exam in United States History.” For his achievements, experience, success, and expertise, Mr. Kellogg received the Governor’s Recognition Award from the New Hampshire State Department of Education, and additionally received fellowships from both Cambridge University and the American School of Classical Studies. Living in Boulder, Colorado since 2006, he was active with the public library and United Nations of Boulder County. He chaired ongoing discussion groups at the library on topics of international interest under UNA auspices. He also held various NA/BC offices during this time.
He died at age 91 on September 6, 2019, at his summer home in Niantic, Connecticut.
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