Ed Hynes, Class of 1982, is a member of the Monsignor Farrell High School faculty and teaches both mathematics and history and social science. He is also the head coach of the soccer program.
"We are entering into a new era at Farrell, and it is exciting to be a part of it. Strengthen the legacy.” - Ed Hynes '82
Ed Hynes ’82
As an educator and a coach, thank you for your support in shaping tomorrow’s leaders. I’m in my 20th year teaching here at Monsignor Farrell High School. I’m not only a teacher and a coach, but I am an alumnus as well. When I returned in 2000 to begin teaching, not much had changed around here. Since that time we’ve seen a few upgrades. We have a new track, a new field, a new stadium, but we needed to upgrade further, to stay competitive and to remain one of the elite Catholic boys high schools in NYC.
The capital campaign will be a game-changer for us. As we speak, construction is ongoing on the Brother Wright Learning Commons (formerly the library), and the state of the art science labs.
We are entering into a new era at Farrell, and it is exciting to be a part of it. Strengthen the legacy.”
There are plans for new fields, a new athletic center, and new technology in the classrooms. These are all necessary tools for our students as they strive to excel in the 21st century.
I’ll be contributing to the Capital Campaign to help strengthen our legacy, I hope you will as well.