The early educational life of Principal Chad Smith:
Principal Chad Smith is a professional educator champion well-rounded, technologically and supportive ideas and methods in schools and other educational systems. He has the diverse experience in each and everything about the education from the Stem level to extraordinary level. He will boost up your curriculum development and also increase the rate of your extracurricular activities that give you the invaluable expertise to the educational projects.
Before becoming successful in that particular fields of education, he got the professional degree of Bachelor of Science in the regional and urban planning from the famous University of Utah. He was motivated towards his studies and gained another degree of professionalism of Masters in Planning from the University of Southern California.
Increased experience from several industries:
After completing his professional studies, he spent the next seven years in numerous industries to gain the experience. Due to his projects of economic development in different regions of China, Guangzhou, Vietnam, and Hanoi. Principal Chad Smith got interested in telecommunication skills and founded one of the best consulting firms. Due to this, he focused on the construction of cellular, acquisition, entitlement, digital communication network sites, and PCS. After that, he builds a company that owned many gas stations.
Servings in schools:
He joined Baldwin Park High School after gaining the certificate of teaching. His disciplines were earth science, astronomy, and natural hazards. From 2007 to 2012, Principal Chad Smith worked as assistant principal of the Tustin high school. He also served as athletics and other things of student discipline, course development, and instructions.
After that, from 2012 to 2015, he got the job as principal in south hill high school. At there, he focused on the educational systems that are essential for the student of the modern age. Surely, he is giving his best services to all the students of the south hill students.