First Presbyterian Day School

A native of Spain, Antonio joined the FPDS faculty in 2016. He received a bachelor’s degree in sports and physical activity sciences followed by a post-graduate certificate of education from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. In addition, Antonio holds a Spanish Teaching Certificate with the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools. Prior to joining the FPDS faculty, Antonio taught Spanish and was the soccer coach at Hillcrest Christian School in Jackson. Antonio attends Redeemer Presbyterian Church and loves sports, especially soccer. “It is a privilege to work here, and I see the Lord’s hand in the way He led me here,” he says. “It’s a blessing to be a part of the FPDS family and be part of every student’s spiritual and academic growth.” Although Antonio’s family lives in Spain, he says that FPDS “feels like home.”

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