Dr. Laura Herman has been an educator in the Antelope Valley for over twenty years. During her fifteen-years teaching mathematics, she taught math courses at every high school level, from Basic Math through Advanced Placement Calculus. She served as a mentor teacher, a peer coach, and mathematics curriculum specialist. In 2004, Dr. Herman was awarded the Antelope Valley High School District’s Special Service Award for her work with Program Improvement and in designing and implementing a peer mentoring program for teachers.
Since entering school administration, Dr. Herman has served as a Vice Principal and Assistant Principal at Quartz Hill High School, and began her tenure as Principal of Highland High School in July of 2009. Dr. Herman earned her Bachelor’s degree from Westmont College and her Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of California, Los Angeles.