Mark Digiacomo

Mark A. DiGiacomo has been teaching at The Pennington School in Pennington, NJ for fifteen years. In addition to A.P. United States History, he has taught numerous US and World history electives. Mark is the Chair of the History and Social Studies Department, a Faculty Peer Mentor, and works with the theater department as a faculty advisor and assistant director. He is the 2011 recipient of the Henry and Selma Otte Distinguished Teacher Award.

Mark is an AP Exam Table Leader and a College Board Professional Development Consultant for both AP U.S. History and the AP Insight program. He also serves as an AP Mentor. Mark has participated in several College Board initiatives including piloting Cultivating Wonder and AP Insight. He was a presenter the 2012 AP Reading’s Best Practices night, and at the 2016 AP Annual Conference.

Mark holds undergraduate degrees from Moorpark College and Westmont College, and a graduate degree from Princeton Seminary. When not reading countless essays, he enjoys performing with The Faculty Band, mountain biking, and swimming.