School Leader, KIPP Houston High School
Mohamad Marouf joined KIPP Houston High School as a first-year teacher and Teach for America (TFA) corps member in 2010. Since beginning his work at KHHS, Mohamad has taught a number of classes, including geometry, AP Stats, SGA, pre-calculus, and more. He has also dedicated his energy to school- and community-wide educational efforts such as acting as a Corps Member Advisor at TFA’s summer Institute, presenting instructional workshops for the education community, and bringing restorative justices programming to life at KHHS. In 2012, Mohamad took a year off to travel “around the world.” In his eight months abroad, Mohamad traveled to destinations throughout Europe, the Middle East, Central America, and Africa. Since his return, Mohamad helped found the Freshman Academy and served as dean of operations. He is looking forward to continuing his work at KHHS as the school leader. Mohamad graduated from Duke University and has a Master’s degree in Education from the University of St. Thomas.
- Mohamad has traveled around the world.
- Mohamad loves to salsa dance.
- Mohamad was an amateur boxer.