Miguel Tenorio was born and raised in San Diego, CA. He has been teaching Mathematics for 3 years, and this is his second year here at West Ranch High School.
Miguel graduated from California Lutheran University (CLU) with his B.A. in Mathematics and a minor in Music and Religious Studies. After graduating, he took a year off and decided he wanted to go back to school and get his teaching credential. He finished his credential program at CLU and has not looked back since!
Miguel played Football, Basketball, and Baseball in high school, and loves to watch the Greenbay Packers. He was also involved with choir up through college, singing in Carnagie Hall in New York, and the Papal Basilica of St. Peter in the Vatican for two different choir tours. He's been playing guitar since 3rd grade, and has been involved with different bands, including Jazz, and Worship in college.
Miguel is excited to teach Geometry again, and is looking forward to trying some new programs to keep the class interesting.