Faculty Alum Friday: Chris Frazier, Class of 1993
BRHSF: Are you a parent of a current student or graduate?
CF: Yes. Curretnt student, Naimah Frazier, Class of 2022, and graduates, Chazzi Hayes, Class of 2017, Summer Hayes, Class of 2016, Lamar Burton, Class of 2008
BRHSF: How long have you work at Baton Rouge High School?
CF: 15 Years
BRHSF: Why did you choose to work at BRHS?
CF: I wanted an opportunity to be able to continue the legacy of producing accomplished musicians, as this is what BRHS has always been known for. I also wanted the chance to continue working with Mrs. McCann.
BRHSF: How did BRHS prepare you for college and/or your career?
CF: BRHS prepared me both musically and academically. At BRHS, I developed a tireless work ethic and learned how to set the bar for my success.
BRHSF: What activities were you involved in as a student at BRHS?
CF: I was involved in Orchestra and various science programs geared towards continuance in Organic Chemistry.
BRHSF: What teachers or staff influenced you as a student at BRHS and how?
CF: Mrs. Ware – Biology – Because of her enthusiasm about the subject matter.
Mrs. Keen – String Orchestra – Because she saw my potential before I did.
Mr. Gerbrecht – Served as a great example as an Orchestra Director and Musician.
BRHSF: What is a fun fact, embarrassing moment, or funny story about yourself from high school or now?
CF: Fun Fact – I was heavily involved in Karate, where I earned my black belt as a senior. I also had a full head of beautiful hair in the form of a flat top.
BRHSF: What advice would you give current students?
CF: Achieve Balance – Too much work or too much play can lead to undesired results.