Gerardo Campos has earned an MA and BA in Spanish and a minor in Physical Education. Señor Campos started teaching at Jesuit in 1976. He has taught Spanish I, IIA, IIB, IIXL, III, III Honors, IV, and IV AP. He has also coached football and baseball as well as served as the chair of the World Languages department. During the summer, Señor Campos has taken students on Christian Service Immersion trips to Oaxaca, Mexico, Mission Dolores in Los Angeles, and Nicaragua. Professionally, Señor Campos also taught part time at California State University Sacramento, the University of Valencia, Spain, and for 30 years at Sacramento City College. Other endeavors in his life include when he went with Jerry Brown’s California delegation to the Mexico-US Border States conference in El Paso, Texas as a translator in 1981. In 1983, he and 2 CSUS Professors were chosen as Design Team members to help select 20 local high school teachers to better understand “Migrant Education” at UC Davis. They and Dr. Jerry Allred from the Butte County Office of Education selected local Spanish teachers to receive grants to study the challenges facing the new group of students entering the school system in the 21st century. Lastly, he served as a board member of the Diocesan Social Concerns Commission with Bishop Francis Quinn and Larry Castagnola. During his 40 years at Jesuit, he has had two sons graduate from here (David ’02, Tony ’03) and Caity from the last class at Loretto in ’09.
- BA Spanish, minor Physical Education, 1975 CSUS
- Fisher Ryan teaching credential, 1976 CSUS
- MA Spanish, 1983 CSUS
- Bilingual Bicultural Studies, 1988 CSUS