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Allen Williams - Principal


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Principal Allen Williams has served in public education for over two decades and been a proud Golden Bear since 2013.  Mr. Williams is a native of Southern California, and although he is a hometown boy of Escondido, California, his home away from home is Temecula Valley High School.  He is a proud graduate of Orange Glen High School - the Class of 89' is Divine!  He went on to attend a year of community college before he completed his B.A. in Social Science at California State University, Chico.  Soon after, he earned his teaching credential at Chapman University, and later received his M.A. in Theology from Bethel Seminary.  After serving as a classroom teacher, coach, and ASB Director in high school and middle school contexts, Mr. Williams returned to his high school alma mater as an assistant principal for 6 years.

The highlight of Mr. WIlliams' career was being named principal at the finest high school in America, Temecula Valley.  He has a heart for student development and learning and is intentional about fostering joy at the school by ensuring that learning is fun, engaging, meaningful, rigorous, and lasting.  He is a believer in the power of school sponsored extracurricular activities, arts, and athletics and supports these student endeavors wholeheartedly.

Mr. Williams lives in the region, and resides with his wife of over 20 years and is an especially proud father of three teenage boys.

Maria Garza (Lynch) - Assistant Principal

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Ms. Garza joined TVHS during the 2017-2018 school year. She is a second career educator - having first worked in the public relations world for several dot com companies and a couple of sports agencies where she worked with professional athletes. A search for something a bit more meaningful brought Maria to the world of education, and for the past 15 years she has never looked back. She taught English Language Arts with West Covina Unified at both the middle and high school levels, and later served as their District ELA TOSA . Ms. Garza has an associates degree from Mt. San Antonio College, a bachelor’s degree from San Diego State University, an English credential from Cal Poly Pomona, and a master’s degree from the University of La Verne where she also earned her school counseling credential. Ms. Garza lives in Menifee with her husband John Lynch, their dog Bean, and their cats Garfield and Lit’l Smokie.

Sofia Hernandez - Assistant Principal

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Mrs. Hernandez joined the Temecula Valley High School administrative team in 2013  She has been an educator for over 25 years, beginning her career as an AVID tutor and Instructional Assistant.  After completing a bachelors and masters degree from Cal State University San Marcos, she earned teaching credentials in Multiple Subjects and Special Education.  Although her specialty is in special education, Mrs. Hernandez has taught courses in Algebra and English Language Development. After earning her Administrative credential from Point Loma Nazarene University, Mrs. Hernandez served as a Program Specialist for four years before joining the TVHS family.  Mrs. Hernandez lives in Temecula and she enjoys spending time with her husband, Santiago, and their two dogs Lucky and Leo.


Jessica Macdonald - Assistant Principal

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Mrs. Macdonald is the newest addition to the TVHS administrative team.  After earning a Bachelor’s degree from University of California, San Diego and a Master’s degree from San Diego State University, Mrs. Macdonald earned her teaching credential in the area of social science and and an administrative services credential through Riverside County Office of Education.  Mrs. Macdonald has worked in public education for the past fifteen years, working extensively with high school students and their families.  In addition to classroom teaching experience, Mrs. Macdonald has served as a BTSA / Induction teacher, testing coordinator, and PBIS coordinator as well as led many student organizations.  She lives in Temecula with her husband and three school age children,Mia, Max and Tessa, who all attend Temecula area schools.  She is thrilled to be joining the Golden Bear family and looks forward to supporting the amazing students and staff at TVHS.  


Grant Martin - Assistant Principal Athletics

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Grant Martin grew up in San Diego’s East County, which he thinks adds to his desire to be a Golden Bear, coaching youth sports since 1986: baseball, basketball, softball, wrestling and football.  Grant played football on his way to receiving an A.A. from Grossmont College.  He graduated from SDSU receiving a B.A. - Social Sciences (’98) and completed his teaching credential and M.A. - Education ('00) from National University.  Grant taught Social Sciences and coached football and tennis at Ramona H.S. before returning to the Grossmont District - MMHS (’02) to teach Social Sciences as well as coach football and tennis.  Grant received his Admin credential from SDSU ('12) but continued to teach in the classroom because he loves teaching and coaching. He was also an advisor for many clubs on campus, taught LINK Crew, was a C.E.I.S. Coord (for at-risk) kids and became an Athletic Director before leaving the classroom to pursue a career in athletic administration.  Grant became the District Athletic Director at Capistrano Unified (2015) where he oversaw Athletics and Extra-curricular Activities for 12 middle schools and 6 high schools.  Grant is passionate about athletics and student engagement and is incredibly excited to be a Golden Bear supporting kids and athletics within a site that he calls home!