• - Lead Science Teacher, Neshaminy School District
    - AP and General Environmental Science, and Biology
    - Head Boys' and Girls' High School Swimming Coach
    - Nature Club Advisor

    - Meet Mr. Suter

    Mt. Ranier
    • 1991 Neshaminy Graduate
    • Received Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from Shippensburg University
    • Four year collegiate swimmer and scholarship recipient
    • Certified to Teach Biology and K-12 Environmental Science
    • Completed Internship with the Baltimore Aquarium
    • Published Research on The Effects of Climatic Change on the Red-eyed Tree Frog
    • Field Researcher for a Study on the Epidemiology of Lyme Disease
    • 25th year teaching @ Neshaminy
    • 13th year as Lead Science Teacher, K-12
    • 24th year as Head Girls’ Swim Coach
    • 18th year as Head Boys’ Swim Coach
    • Founder of Neshaminy Age Group Swim Team CORE (24th Season)
    • Received Master’s of Education Administration from Gwynedd Mercy College
    • Nominated by the Bucks County Conservation District as:
      2005 Conservation Educator of the Year forBucks County
    • Completed a $20,000 US Fish and Wildlife Grant to Create a Site Plan for Idlewood, Neshaminy School District
    • Has taught a Field Ecology Class in the Pacific Northwest as an adjunct Professor at Penn State University
    • Has trained nine first place Bucks County Envirothon Teams that competed at the state level
    • Summitted Mount Rainier July, 2003