Mr. Vincent Wu
A “Fremonter” nearly all his life, Mr. Wu is an alumnus of both Mission High School and Mill Creek Academy in its inaugural years. Upon graduation, he attended the University of California Davis where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Pure Mathematics. An adventurer at heart, he found his way to Florida after college and worked for Walt Disney World. It was during this time when Mr. Wu developed an interest in teaching and returned back to California to pursue his teaching degree at California State University East Bay and earned his Single Subject Credential in Mathematics. He also graduated with a Masters of Science in Education Curriculum with an emphasis in Mathematics. Mr. Wu has taught at both Horner Junior High School and Irvington High School teaching Geometry, Pre-Calculus, and AP Calculus AB. Currently, he is teaching Honors Geometry at Washington High School and enjoys helping students find a connection and love for mathematics. He has received the California Retired Teachers Scholarship Award for Excellence.
When Mr. Wu is not teaching or advising the DECA club, he can be found playing golf, snowboarding, and rooting of his favorite Bay Area teams: the SF Giants, the SF 49ers and the CAL football team.