Our Faculty

Our Upper School teachers blend a passion for teaching with disciplinary expertise and a genuine compassion and affection for the young adults who are their students. Upper School students largely view their teachers as subject experts and mentors rather than authoritarian figures, a view that makes the ultimate transition to college much smoother.

80% of our Upper School teachers hold advanced degrees in addition to the baccalaureate degree, and almost half of those teachers hold a doctorate or terminal degree in their field of study.

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Aimeric Antonin Lajuzan

Contact Info
Aimeric 
Antonin 
Lajuzan 
School Email
 
Work Phone
651-696-1445
Faculty Information
Location(s) Randolph Campus, Middle School, Upper School
Title(s) M/US World Languages, French
Education
Degree(s) B.A. Geography, University of Toulouse
B.A. Social Studies, Hamline University
Other Information

Aimeric Lajuzan teaches French in the Upper School. Born and raised in southwestern France, Aimeric moved to the U.S. in 2006. He has taught French at the International School of Minnesota and French and World Geography at Ramsey Junior High in St. Paul, where his French immersion class followed the curriculum entirely in French. He has also led professional development workshops for teachers on immersion language teaching pedagogy in Minnesota and Wisconsin, and has also trained staff at Concordia Language Villages’ French village, where he has been an instructor every summer for ten years. Aimeric graduated from the University of Toulouse, where he studied geography and sociology; he also earned a B.A. in social studies and his teaching licensure from Hamline University in St. Paul.

1150 Goodrich Avenue, St. Paul MN 55105
Main school line: 651-698-2451
Goodrich front desk: 651-696-1560 
Goodrich attendance line: 651-696-1414
1712 Randolph Avenue, St. Paul MN 55105
Main school line: 651-698-2451
Randolph attendance line: 651-696-1410
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