Michael Dupont

Michael Dupont

Teacher, History 

Bachelor of Arts, Social Science Education, Plymouth State University
Master of Education, Special Education, Plymouth State University
Master of Arts, History, George Mason University

Mr. Michael Dupont grew up in the White Mountains of New Hampshire in the small town of Gorham. He served in the United States Army and New Hampshire Army National Guard for ten years and is a combat veteran of the Iraq War. Mr. Dupont earned a bachelor’s degree in social science education and a masters degree in special education from Plymouth State University. He has taught high school social studies for as a total of nine years in Hillsborough and Wilton, New Hampshire.

In 2016, Mr. Dupont was selected as the recipient of the James Madison Fellowship which is awarded to social studies teachers for graduate studies in the principles of the United States Constitution. Mr. Dupont spent the last two years living in the Washington D.C. area and attending graduate school at George Mason University. As part of the Madison Fellowship he attended the Summer Institute on the Constitution at Georgetown University.   

Mr. Dupont is an avid traveler, having road tripped in his 1985 Volkswagen Van to many National Parks and Civil War Battlefields and has backpacked Europe twice. He enjoys reading, eating and cooking all types of foods, listening to his vinyl record collection, watching New England sports, whitewater rafting, hiking and most of all skiing. Mr. Dupont is excited to teaching at the Founders Academy. 
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