Raymond Klebs has been teaching Mathematics for over 10 years, and started at Bethlehem Catholic High School in 2015 after relocating to Pennsylvania. He attended West Virginia Institute of Technology, Montclair State College and Thomas Edison State College, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics and Natural Science. He holds State Certification in Pennsylvania and New Jersey for Mathematics grades 7-12. Currently, he teaches AP Statistics, Statistics and Trigonometry at Bethlehem Catholic High School. He has also taught Algebra 2, AP Calculus, Pre-calculus and Geometry. In addition, Mr. Klebs is the moderator of the Robotics Club and Assistant Softball Coach. Prior to teaching high school, Mr. Klebs worked in the Consumer Electronics Industry training technicians in mathematics, computers and electronics.