Max Nagle

Lower and Middle School Assistant Teacher

“I am drawn to the world of media because of its ability to shape people as individuals—as well as our whole society.”
Max joined FCS as a Communications Intern in the summer of 2020 and is now a Lower and Middle School Assistant Teacher. He is a recent graduate of Hollins University, where he studied literature and communications. Max grew up in Quaker communities, including Baltimore Yearly Meeting camps and Young Friends, and he also worked at Shiloh summer camp during the summer of 2019. He attributes his love of writing to his English professors at Hollins as well as mentors from interning at SLAM, a basketball magazine. Last winter, Max covered local high school basketball games for In his spare time, Max enjoys cooking, working out, reading, and making playlists of all genres of music on Spotify.

B.A., Hollins University
Located in College Park, MD, Friends Community School is a progressive Quaker K-8 day school, founded on the belief that every child is a valued member of our community. We offer a challenging curriculum imbued with strong values of equality, integrity, community, environmental stewardship, simplicity and peaceful conflict resolution, rooted in our Quaker heritage.
Friends Community School
5901 Westchester Park Drive
College Park, Maryland 20740