Stephen Hill, M.A.
Instructor of Latin
Stephen Hill joined the faculty of Wyoming Catholic College in 2021. After a B.A. in English literature (Bryan College), he earned an M.A. in language teaching and second language acquisition at the University of Illinois, followed by an M.A. in Classics (Latin and Greek) at the University of Kentucky. Mr. Hill is currently writing a doctoral dissertation on the figure of Heracles in imperial Greek literature at the University of Virginia. He has taught intensive summer language courses for the Polis Institute since 2012 (in Rome, Florida, and Virginia) and in 2017 founded the annual Synodos Hellēnikē, a week-long immersion event for speakers of ancient Greek. Deeply committed to active methods of teaching ancient languages, he is delighted to be teaching Latin in Latin at Wyoming Catholic.