Mr. Byon is a teacher who is passionate about working with youth. He discovered his interest in Education when he first started working with various community centers in the Bay Area, often with students who were disadvantaged. Developing curriculum, organizing outreach programs, and guiding students to finding their purpose in life were all experiences he found rewarding when working with young children.
Graduating from the University of California, Davis, with a Bachelors of Science degree in Managerial Economics, math has always been a strong interest for Mr. Byon. His love for numbers and equations have fueled his interest in helping students understand concepts of math that are often difficult to comprehend. He graduated with a single subject Mathematics degree from Patton University. Mr. Byon started his teaching career at Alameda High School teaching Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry. Serving also as the head coach for the football team, he truly loves working with students on and off the field. After over 5 years of teaching at Alameda High, he now joins the faculty team at Kennedy High School in Fremont where he teaches Pre-Calculus Honors and AP Calculus. He is also serving as the head coach for the school’s football team as well as sharing a co-chair position for the boy’s baseball team.
Mr. Byon has taught all math levels in the past decade and looks forward to working and supporting students who need guidance in their understanding of math. His love for sports and math will be evident to the students he works with at the Academy. When he is not teaching or coaching, you can find him spending time with family and then of course, rooting and watching his favorite sports team play on television.