Hello all! I'm a 3rd year grad student getting his PhD in Physics, primarily astro-particle theory. I have a huge passion for physics but as I ever so slowly tip toe my way to this degree my mind looks down different potential paths I could take after I get it. One path, which has always been of huge interest to me, is actually becoming a high school teacher. I know that I definitely want to teach and I'm still wrestling with shooting for the college or high school level but the atmosphere of a high school (close-knit community) sounds appealing to me. Now, I have no teaching experience outside of TAing labs and I know if I was going to go for teaching at a public high school I would need to get my teaching certificate. I heard awhile back that there are programs for people in math and sciences to somewhat expedite the process of getting a teaching certificate. Would anyone have any more details on these programs? I would like to look into them. Thanks so much for your time!