Dr. Johnny BriseñoTo schedule an appointment please contact Sally Luna:email@example.com or 281-245-2701
Dr. Briseño graduated from Pearsall High School in Pearsall, Texas, in 1994. He attended Texas Lutheran University and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Kinesiology in May 1999. Briseño attended and earned a Master of Science degree in Educational Mid-Management from the University of Houston at Clear Lake in May 2005. He was accepted into the 2007 Doctoral Cohort at Lamar University where he earned a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership degree in May 2010.
Briseño began teaching in the Pasadena Independent School District in 2001. He taught ESL at Bondy Intermediate for two years before transferring to South Houston High school where he taught ESL and coached football and baseball. After having taught for three years, Briseño served as assistant principal at South Houston High School for four years. Briseño served as campus principal for two years at Rancho Isabella Elementary in the Angleton Independent School District before becoming Harby’s principal in 2010. Briseño is currently in his fourth year as principal of Alvin High School.
Briseño's passion for student academic success comes from his strong belief that all students, regardless of gender, race, or economic status, can learn and be successful in school. He believes that student academic success comes from teachers and administrators who make decisions based on the needs of their students. He believes that student academic success for struggling learners is highly facilitated when teachers take the time to know their students as individuals. Ultimately, it is his belief that schools are completely responsible for ensuring that all students are academically successful. There are no excuses when kids are not learning.