Jordan Kaderli, a native of Fredericksburg, Texas, graduated from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation, he worked in a number of different positions until arriving in Dallas where he became a Mathematics teacher at Bishop Lynch High School. After teaching ninth grade Algebra for four years, Dr. Kaderli undertook graduate studies at The University of Texas at Dallas, where he served as a teaching assistant and research assistant in the Department of Mathematical Sciences and earned his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics.
Dr. Kaderli, teaches Math III and Precalculus and enjoys the remarkable community of hardworking students, dedicated parents, and innovative educators at Cristo Rey Dallas.
Outside of school, Dr. Kaderli enjoys spending time with his wife Cynthia and his in-laws.