Pete Konstantopoulos was raised in The Pocono Mountains. He attended Pleasant Valley School District and graduated in 1998.
Pete then attended Moravian College and graduated in 2002 with a Bachelors Degree in Mathematics and a certificate to teach secondary education. He started teaching in Randolph New Jersey at Randolph High School that September.
While at Randolph, he had the opportunity to develop 2 new classes for the mathematics department. He wrote a half-year Statistics course as well as a Discrete Math Class. After three years at the school, looking for a change of pace, he moved to Philadelphia.
While in Philadelphia, He worked at several high schools and eventually settled at the Creative And Performing Arts High School (CAPA). For the 2008-2009 school year at CAPA he will be teaching Honors Geometry and Algebra II. For the upcoming school year he is very excited to have the opportunity for several Drexel Graduate Students to help perform labs with his students.