Peter Ohotnicky is a retired Air Force Colonel. His military career included multiple assignments as a cargo and instructor pilot; he was also a commander in Air Force Basic Training, the Deputy Chief of Staff on Alaskan Command, and an Assistant Professor of Physics at the US Air Force Academy. Since retiring in 2017, he has taught AP Calculus and AP Statistics at an all-boys Christian college prep school and was headmaster of classical high school. He currently lives in Warren, Michigan, with three sons still at home; his seven classically educated children include a son in seminary and a daughter who is a Dominican sister.
Peter graduated from the US Air Force Academy with a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Mechanics and Applied Mathematics. He has a Master of Science degree in Metallurgical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and a Master of Education Degree in Measurement, Evaluation, Statistics, and Assessment from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He and his children enjoy outdoor adventures, and he is a certified whitewater rafting guide who has hiked the entire 500-mile Colorado Trail.

Courses taught by Peter Ohotnicky