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Dr. Steve Amaro

Dr. Steve Amaro


Steve is an Assistant Principal at Freedom High School in Oakley, CA. Prior to being named Assistant Principal, he served as the school’s Athletic Director for 18 years and was one of the first schools on the West Coast to bring Unified Sports to his school, district, and league. The model he created has been replicated by schools throughout the nation and helped propel the exponential growth of Unified Sports programs in California.

He earned his Educational Doctorate from St. Mary’s College of California writing a dissertation that focused on the lasting benefits students experience due to high school sports participation and has been published in numerous educational magazines including the National Federation of High Schools’ High School Today, Association of California School Administrators’ Leadership, and the National Association of Secondary School Principals’ Principal Leadership. He also is a National Faculty Instructor for the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrator Association where he shares best practices on creating positive high school athletic environments.

Dr. Amaro lives in Brentwood with his wife, Jennifer and they have two daughters, Lindsey who attends college at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, and Ashley who is a junior in high school. In his spare time he enjoys running, listening to all types of music and reading whatever he can get his hands on.


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