Kylie Campion, an Orange county native, traveled the world before returning to her roots and settling in San Juan Capistrano. With 8 years experience teaching all grades Kindergarten through 12th, Kylie has found her place with CVCS.
Kylie knew she wanted to be a teacher when she was a junior high student. She grew up at a local Christian school and after experiencing excellent Christian mentorship in her education through her formative years, she knew she would give back one day. She studied Sociology, Spanish, and Youth Ministry at Vanguard University. She then went on to graduate summa cum laude with a Master’s of Education with Math Specialty at Lipscomb University. Before her time at CVCS, Kylie worked as a math teacher at the Simon Youth Academy, where she was recognized as the Teacher of the Year candidate in 2016.
With many passions, Kylie continually finds ways to incorporate faith, music, and wellness into her teaching of math and Spanish. Before her teaching career, she was a Junior High youth leader for many years. Her favorite thing about teaching is engaging students by personalizing curriculum to include student interests as well as serving as a positive, Christian role model in their lives.
In her free time Kylie enjoys playing music, traveling, and exploring new places with her husband, Alex.
M. Ed. with Math Specialty- Lipscomb University
California State Teaching Credential
B.A. in Sociology with Spanish and Religion minors- Vanguard University