One of the foundations of our program at Health Professions is the belief that our students will experience a relevant high school education.
Students at HPHS will experience an education that is directly related to the expectations of life after graduation. We believe that to achieve this goal the school must work in partnership with the community to achieve this goal. We want students to interact with medical students, doctors, nurses, radiologists, vets, engineers (to name a few) in order to truly prepare them for the professional world.
I am honored to be the Instructional Leader of such an amazing place to learn!
I graduated from Sonoma State University with my Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education and taught in college for eight years before becoming a high school PE teacher in 2005. I quickly moved into administration and received my Masters Degree in Education as well as my Teaching and Administrative Credentials. I am currently working towards my doctoral degree in Educational and Organizational Leadership at the University of the Pacific (UOP).