Ahmed Amrouche is a native Algerian raised and schooled in a French school system. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from a University of Algiers and a Master’s degree in Education Admistration from University of Sherbrooke, Quebec. Ahmed has 30 years of teaching experience in Algeria, Quebec, British Columbia and Alberta. He has taught from Grade 7 through 12 in French Immersion, francophone and English settings. For two consecutive years, he taught at the University of Sherbrooke as a seasonal instructor. In addition to his teaching experiences, Ahmed has served public education in several leadership roles including as a consultant for BC Ministry of Education, Department head, Team leader, Vice Principal and recently as Principal of a Junior/Senior High school.