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​Principal Mr. Chris Van Bergeyk

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Vice Principal Ms. Donna Moroz
     Donna Moroz was born in Prince Rupert, B.C. She attended the University of B.C. to earn her Bachelor of Education degree and returned to Prince Rupert to teach. After a couple of great years teaching high school she went to Western Washington Univ. in Bellingham to obtain her Masters in Counselling Psychology. Ms. Moroz moved to Vancouver and was a School Counsellor at four different high schools on both the west and east side of the city. In 2006, she moved with her family to the Okanagan and became the Vice-Principal at Summerland Secondary. Her passion is to work with the unique strengths and challenges of each student and help them achieve their personal goals. Ms. Moroz is the mother of two children: Alexis and Emily. In her spare time she likes to garden, paint, and bee-keep. She also likes to travel and loves learning about different cultures.

     “It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness” - Eleanor Roosevelt.

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Vice Principal Mrs. Andrea Devito​
     Andrea DeVito was born in Kelowna, BC. After graduating from Kelowna Secondary School, Mrs. DeVito continued her education at the University of Victoria, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Education, specializing in English and History. Later, in 2001, Mrs. DeVito completed her Master's Degree in Administration from the university of Gonzaga. 
Mrs. DeVito returned to the Okanagan in 1993 to complete a teaching practicum and later to accept a teaching position at Penticton Secondary School, where she would teach grades 9-12 English as well Advanced Placement Language and Composition. In 2005, Mrs. DeVito became English Department Head, and in 2006, she accepted a part-time position as District Helping Teacher in the areas of Literacy and School Completion. Mrs. DeVito began her administrative career as vice principal of Summerland Middle School in 2009. After five years at SMS, Mrs. DeVito returned to Pen High as vice principal. 
     Mrs. DeVito is the proud mother of two daughters and one spoiled cocker spaniel. Over her 20 years in education, Mrs. DeVito has been very, very fortunate to work alongside many exceptional teachers, and continues to learn from and with her colleagues. She is passionate about quality education and the overall well-being of young people
     "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world" - Nelson Mandela

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​​​​Vice Principal Mr. Trevor Robinson

Trevor Robinson grew up in Fruitvale, B.C. and graduated from J.L. Crowe Secondary School in Trail. Following high school, he attended Simon Fraser University, majoring in English and working in a chemistry lab where he helped develop a library of known obsidian sources used by indigenous peoples in the Pacific Northwest. After graduating with his Bachelor of Arts, Mr. Robinson moved to UBC to study law.

      Mr. Robinson completed his Juris Doctor degree in 1996 and joined Russell & Dumoulin, a large law firm in Vancouver, working as the junior lawyer on a number of major construction cases. Mr. Robinson’s small town roots were calling, however, and when his wife, Naomi DeLury, was offered a position at the Summerland Research Station in 1999, he resigned and moved to the Okanagan. Following their move, Mr. Robinson practiced law in Penticton, handling primarily family law cases. In his free time he volunteered as a cross-country ski coach and a summer camp counsellor. These activities led him to realize his true passion was working with young people, so in 2001 he enrolled in UBC’s West Kootenay Teacher Education Program to complete his Bachelor of Education.
     Mr. Robinson began his teaching career in 2002. Over the next four years he taught English, Literacy and Law, first at Penticton Secondary and then at Princess Margaret Secondary School. In 2006, Mr. Robinson accepted a position as a vice principal at Penticton Secondary School and began work on his fourth degree, a Master of Arts in Leadership & Administration from Gonzaga University, which he completed in 2008. Between 2008 and 2017, Mr. Robinson worked as a vice principal at Princess Margaret Secondary School.
      Mr. Robinson and his wife have three active children, and in his spare time, he can often be found at the hockey rink, the soccer field or the dance studio. Mr. Robinson’s educational interests include teacher collaboration and the use of technology in schools.
      “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”
― Malcolm X
     “You can never be overdressed or overeducated.” 
― Oscar Wilde