B.A. in English, Iona College
M.S. in Secondary Education: English, Queens College, City University of New York
M.A. in English, St. John’s University
Scott Morgan has been an educator in Christian schools since 2001. He began teaching in a small Lutheran school in Queens, NY., and he has taught students of all ages and in most subjects during his career. In 2010, Professor Morgan felt that God was leading him to teach writing to college students, and he has been doing so ever since.
Professor Morgan believes in creating a culture of active writing in his classrooms. Students will write independently, collaboratively, analytically, and creatively during each class session. This mixture of techniques has proven to be successful for Scott in helping students enjoy becoming better writers.
At Southeastern University, he teaches English Composition I, English Composition II, Intro to Literature, British Literature I & II, American Literature, and Intro to Shakespeare.
In 2007, Professor Morgan was the Lutheran Schools’ Association Teacher of the Year award winner (Grades 4-8) for the New York Metropolitan Area. He was Warner University’s Professor of the Year in 2016-2017.
Scott and his wife, Kelly, have a daughter, Eloise, and they enjoy visiting the Disney theme parks together.