Mrs. Amy Pham Kwon is beginning her fourth year as principal of Warner Middle School. She returned to Orange County after spending more than 15 years in Northern California’s Bay Area. Prior to being at Warner, she was a K-12 math specialist for Fremont Unified School District, where she led teachers and administrators from 29 elementary schools and 11 secondary schools in rolling out and implementing a district Common Core Transition Plan. She also brings high school mathematics teaching experience and was a high school assistant principal and junior high principal for Fremont. Mrs. Kwon also coached Boys Volleyball and made two Northern Coast Section Finals appearances. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley and her Master’s degree in Education Administration from Santa Clara University. When she isn’t working, Mrs. Kwon enjoys spending time with her husband and newborn son. Currently, the family’s favorite activity is spending time at the beach to watch the surfers and sand volleyball players.
Mrs. Kwon is humbled and honored to continue to be the leader of the Warner community. She is excited to see Warner's robust electives programs continue to grow such as World Languages (Vietnamese and Spanish), Robotics, Math and Science Olympiad, and Speech and Debate. Warner prides itself on offering multiple ways to prepare students to become global citizens of the 21st century.