I am a native of Phoenix, Arizona and graduated from Brophy College Preparatory in 1993. I then received my Bachelor’s Degree from Arizona State University in Education in 1999. In 2004, I received my Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University.
I began as a teacher in 1999 and have taught various grades and in three different school districts. In 2009, I was offered the privilege to lead New World Educational Center as the Principal. Gaining much needed experience in large districts has truly helped me prepare for this challenging career.
My philosophy of education is in three main parts: knowledge of the curriculum and standards, management of the classroom or school, and opportunities to make a difference in the community of the school. Putting students first is a priority in every decision we make. Since education is constantly changing and comes with unexpected challenges, we need to always be prepared. Working together as a team; the parents, students, staff, and community we can make a difference in educating our children for the future. I look forward in working with everyone and making New World Educational Center a wonderful learning environment.
Jesus Armenta M.Ed