A teacher and administrator with 30 years of educational experience, Gary Sehorn, joined the School of Education as an assistant professor of education in the graduate education programs in 2010. He worked previously in the Beaverton School District since 1997, most recently as the K-12 administrator for curriculum, instruction and assessment. Before that, he was an associate principal in the Tigard-Tualatin School District (1995-97), a principal at Seven Oak Middle School in Lebanon, Ore., (1993-95), and vice principal and principal at Fowler Junior High School in Tigard, Ore. (1987-93).
He also taught and served as a vice principal in the Hillsboro School District in the early to mid-1980s. Gary has taught courses at George Fox on an adjunct basis. He is a doctoral candidate in Bethel University’s doctor of education program and earned a master’s degree in teaching from Lewis and Clark College in 1985.