Cameron Caforia, a new face in BFA’s Math Department

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Cameron Caforia, a new face in BFA’s Math Department

Hunter Harris, Writer

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Cameron Caforia is one of the new members of the math department here at BFA St. Albans. 

He teaches three classes this year; Algebra I, Accelerated Algebra II, and Statistics.

When asked what his favorite class to teach is, Caforia replied, “That’s a tough one. I would say it’s a toss up between Algebra II and Stats. I like Stats because you can get more creative, but I also like fundamental Algebra II.” 

Caforia attended Enosburg High, and then finished 4 years at St. Michael’s College, majoring in math and secondary education. 

When asked what led him to being an educator, Caforia replied; “I didn’t know what I wanted to do for a while, and later on in high school I started to realize that I wanted to work with young adults, and that sort of led me to teaching.” His mother is also in education, so that aided his decision. 

BFA was attractive to Caforia because of how close to home it was, and he “really likes the culture here.”

Caforia was asked where he sees himself in 10 years. His response; “In 10 years I see myself with a master’s degree, and still teaching or staying within the school system.”

When he is not teaching, Caforia enjoys reffing soccer and basketball games and being outdoors in general. 

Additionally, on Sundays you can find Caforia on the couch watching his favorite NFL team, the Giants.

Please welcome Cameron Caforia to the BFA family!

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