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Ms. Egan is an Aquinas alumnus and currently serves as our Assistant Principal of Academics and the Guidance Counselor for International Students. She has 14 years of teaching experience, the last 12 of which have been here at Aquinas. She previously taught grades 9-12 in the English Department, served as the teacher for our Journalism class, the Guidance Counselor for grades 9-10, and the English Department Chair. Ms. Egan is also the moderator for our Law Academy and she oversees NCAA and NAIA student-athlete eligibility. She has earned a B.A. in Print Journalism, an M.A. in Education - Single Subject Teaching, an M.S. in Educational Counseling, and a PPS Credential from the University of La Verne. She is currently working on a Doctorate of Education in Organizational Change & Leadership from USC. Her dissertation will examine academic achievement in underrepresented groups. Ms. Egan was awarded the Distinguished Teacher of the Year from the Diocese of San Bernardino for her work here at Aquinas. One of her many contributions to our community was the creation of our annual Career Day. She has extensive experience as an athlete and coach, having played DIII sports in college and coached our Varsity Girls Soccer team for several years. Recently, Ms. Egan has completed training in Webb's Depth of Knowledge, Inquiry Based Learning, Differentiated Instruction, and Serving Exceptional Learners. She is a member of the California Association of School Counselors (CASC) and the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. Ms. Egan is interested in educational research, best practices, and college athletics.