Degrees and Certifications:
Mr. Ron Buch
Ron Buch teaches high school debate, middle school social studies, humanities and serves as co-house leader for Princeton at GPCI.
Mr. Buch earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a dual major of Political Science and Communication with a minor in Psychology from Western Washington University. As an undergraduate student, he was a member of the WWU Forensics team competing in both cross-examination debate and numerous individual speech events. He also holds a Master of Arts in New Testament from Freed-Hardeman University.
Before becoming an educator, Mr. Buch served 16 years in leadership positions for a number of Non-Profit Organizations. He has served as a Board Member for the East Parker County Chamber of Commerce, where he also chaired the Legislative Affairs Committee. Mr. Buch twice served as President of the TCU Toastmasters Club. Before pursuing his graduate degree, he worked as a Congressional Aide for U.S. Representative Linda Smith of Washington State.
Outside the classroom, Mr. Buch enjoys spending time with his family, bicycling, reading, and watching sports.