Pasadena High School Welcomes New Assistant Principal, Bryan Henriquez

Bryan Henriquez says it is a “great privilege and honor” to become the new PHS Assistant Principal in charge of Special Education. He hopes to be an “advocate for students with special needs and their families.”

Mr. Henriquez brings a great deal of experience as an educator. His career began in 2005 working as a teacher’s assistant. He then worked as a substitute and moved on to various teaching positions in the Los Angeles and Glendale Unified school districts. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from California State University Los Angeles (2013), a Master of Arts degree in education from Brandman University (2019), and an Administrative Credential from California State University Dominguez Hills (2022).

“What will be the most rewarding is when I see the school culture become what it needs to be, a culture of love, safety, and a sense of belonging,” he adds.

In his free time, he enjoys playing guitar, traveling, and watching his favorite teams, Real Madrid and L.A. Galaxy.

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