Cambria Graff is the Director of Theatre Arts here at San Juan Hills High School. Cambria received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Drama from the University of California, Irvine in 2008 and her Masters in Teaching from the same institution in 2012. In August of 2016 she completed her Masters in Theatrical Production and Design from Southern Oregon University’s Ashland Center for Theatre Studies- a program created for Theatre Teachers in order to help them in creating professional production standards at their high schools. She is currently the Visual and Performing Arts Department Chair, and a Cappies Steering Committee Member for the Orange County chapter. On campus, she not only is the Theatre Arts Director, but advises many student based organizations on campus including: The Stallion Theatre Company, International Thespian Society, Comedy Sportz, and the Cappies Critic Program. Before entering the wonderful world of teaching, Cambria was a working actress that not only performed with companies as prestigious as The San Diego Opera, but was also lucky enough to tour many different countries with independent theatre companies. This is Cambria's 6th year teaching a San Juan Hills High School and she continues to be so pleased and feel so blessed to have such an amazing place to work, and have some amazing students and colleagues to work with.