Meet the Administration
Mr. Campbell graduated from Santa Fe High School in 1997 then received his Bachelor of Science degree from Iowa State University in 2001. He taught Special Ed at Santa Fe for seven years while simultaneously coaching Football, Baseball, and Softball. He ultimately became the department chair for the Special Ed department in 2008. Mr. Campbell then received his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership as well as his Administrative Credential from Cal Poly Pomona in 2009. He spent two years as the Dean of Students at SFHS, then became the Assistant Principal of Guidance for four years, Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Instruction for one year. This is his eighth year as the Principal.
Mr. Fernandez received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Whittier College in 1993. He later attended Cal Poly Pomona and received his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership in 2009. Mr. Fernandez taught Social Sciences for a number of years until he became the Activities Director in the Business and Activities Office. Soon after he became the Assistant Principal of Business and Activities.
Mr. Wise graduated from Santa Fe High School in 1996, then received his Bachelor of Arts degree from James Madison University in 2001. He taught in the Social Science department at Santa Fe for 10 years and served as Department Chair for five years. Mr. Wise was also involved in coaching football, baseball, and track. Mr. Wise then received his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership as well as his Administrative Credential from Cal Poly Pomona in 2009. He spent four years as the Dean of Students at California High School and seven years as Assistant Principal of Guidance at Santa Fe High School. He is currently the Assistant Principal of Curriculum & Instruction.
Ms. Vazquez received her Bachelor of Arts degree, Master of Education degree, and teaching credentials from Stanford University in 2004. She then began her career as an educator in the Whittier Union High School District, teaching courses in World Language, Mathematics and Computer Science over a span of 15 years. During this time, Ms. Vazquez also completed an Administrative Service Credential and additional postgraduate Educational Leadership coursework at the University of California, Riverside. She has worked at multiple district sites, with various student programs and joined the Chieftain family as the Asst. Principal of Curriculum & Instruction. Ms. Vazquez is currently the Assistant Principal of Guidance & Counseling.
Mrs. Zavala-Ramirez received her undergraduate degree and teaching credential from San Diego State University in 1992 and went on to receive her Master’s degree in Educational Foundations in 2000 from Cal State Los Angeles. She began teaching in 1992 as a Social Science teacher for South Whittier Intermediate and in 1995 joined the Whittier High School staff until 1998 when she transferred to Santa Fe High School. She taught for 16 years as a bilingual Social Science teacher and was the Intervention Specialist and the Expanded Horizons Assistant before her current position as the Expanded Horizons Director.
Mr. flores graduated from the WUHSD in 1998 and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Whittier College in 2002. He went on to receive his Social Science teaching credential from Chapman University in 2006. In 2013 he obtained his Masters of Arts in Educational Administration from California State University Dominguez Hills. Mr. flores has played a number of roles in the last 17 years of his educational career including teacher, Department Chair, Link Crew Coordinator, and Instructional Improvement Lead. He is now thrilled to join the Chieftain family as the Dean of Students and is looking forward to working with all stakeholders to ensure the success of all students.