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  • Welcome to chemistry with Mr. Ocepek! I am looking forward to working with you all this year as we discover the exciting world of chemistry. On the left side of the page you will see important links for Academic and Honors Chemistry.

  • Virtual Back To school night information

    Thank you for taking the time to attend our virtual back to school night. We have been asked not to address individual concerns at this time, as doing so would take away valuable group communication time. If you would like to meet to discuss individual concerns, please indicate your desire to do so, preference, and availability in the survey linked here: BTSN Survey   

    To attend our virtual back to school night use the link here: BTSN Teams Meeting 

    Block Times:

    7:00-7:15 Block 1 (Your child/student is NOT in this block)

    7:20-7:30 Block 2 - Honors Chemistry

    7:35-7:45 Block 3 - Conceptual Chemistry

    7:50-8:00 Block 4 - CONCEPTUAL Chemistry


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Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Anton Ocepek

Mr. Ocepek graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. degree in Chemistry, focusing in Biochemistry (and was a few credits short of a minor in German, which his former-German-teacher mother is happy to remind him). Thereafter, he spent two years working with PPG Industries in their Automotive Department (Research and Development). At PPG, he primarily worked designing cathode formulations for lithium-ion batteries. He later completed a post-baccalaureate program in chemistry education at the University of West Chester, before going on to get certified to teach Physics. Mr. Ocepek is currently studying for a Masters in Education at Delaware Valley University.

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This semester he is teaching two courses of Honors Chemistry, and one course of Academic Chemistry at CB West High School

  • Contact:

    Email: aocepek@cbsd.org (preferred)

    Phone Number (Voicemail): 1153