Dye, Brigham
Brigham Dye is passionate about literature, history, mentoring, the Restored Gospel, and youth. He has been teaching high school English and History since 2007 and has been at AHS since 2012. In the classroom, he loves using Socratic methods that help develop students' critical reasoning and deep reading abilities. At AHS he has also been privileged to work with the student government where he loves interacting with students who care about culture building. Mr. Dye earned a master’s degree from BYU in instructional psychology and technology. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in humanities with an emphasis in philosophy. Mr. Dye has published articles on topics related to technology in teacher training, museum education, and undergraduate mentoring. Mr. Dye served a mission in Colombia, and then married his sweetheart Kadee in the Provo Temple. When not teaching, he can be found playing with his young children, training for half marathons, checking stacks of books out of the library, and working on his novel. His interests include nature writing, world religions, art history, philosophy, poetry, and foreign film. Mr. Dye is honored for the opportunity to work with students at American Heritage School where he can tune hearts and hone minds for service to their families and communities.