Ethan Hainey

MS Science Teacher

Welcome to my classroom. I moved from Kansas as a middle schooler and grew up around Lewis, Colorado. In junior high and high school, I participated in football, wrestling, and track. After high school, I attended Fort Lewis College in Durango and received my bachelor’s degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology. Shortly thereafter, I worked at a pathology lab working alongside physicians and lab scientists. This experience strongly influenced my decision in pursuing a career in medicine. I attended first Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona receiving a Master’s degree in Biomedical Science and then to Ross University School of Medicine in the Caribbean on the island of Dominica. I finished 2 years on the island and then 2 more years in Bakersfield, California where I worked at Kern Medical Center. There I spent time in such specialties as Pathology, Nephrology, Neurology, Oncology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Emergency Medicine, and my personal favorite, Family Medicine. I am currently applying for a residency in Family Medicine, but until then, I have decided to teach Middle School Science.. While not in school, I enjoy hiking in the mountains, hunting, fishing, watching movies, and spending time with my nieces and nephew. I look forward to meeting all of you. If you need any help, questions, or an interest in the healthcare field, please stop on by.