Quintin Boyce, Ed.D.
Quintin Boyce was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois and has been an educator since 2002. Boyce earned his Bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University in 2001 and his Master’s degree in Secondary Education in 2004. He began his teaching career in Atlanta, Georgia in 2002 before returning to Phoenix in 2005. Upon returning to Phoenix, Boyce began working in the Phoenix Union High School District as a teacher at South Mountain High School and Bioscience High School where he taught Biology, Chemistry, and Forensics. He has also worked as an adjunct Biology Instructor at South Mountain Community College and an Educational Leadership Instructor at Grand Canyon University. After completing his dissertation and earning his Doctorate in Educational Administration and Supervision in 2012, he moved from the classroom into school level administration as Principal of Bioscience High School. After spending several years at Bioscience, Boyce moved to Camelback High School to serve in the capacity of Principal. At the beginning of the 16-17 year, he was selected to take on a district-level position as Executive Director of Teaching and Learning and continues to operate in this capacity. Boyce believes that if education is the ultimate equalizer, then quality learning opportunities are paramount. Boyce is married and has two daughters and a son. He enjoys remaining active in his community and engaging in recreational sports.