Phone: 909-389-2500 ext 32719
Degrees and Certifications:
1995 Ramona High School, Ramona, CA Humboldt State University, B.S. Natural Resources Argosy University, M.A. Education in Instructional Leadership Doctorate in the School of Hard Knocks
Mr. Benjamin Dix
My name is Benjamin William Dix. I am third generation American on both sides of my family. My father's side was Eureopean Jewish and my Mother's side was Irish Catholic and Presbyterian Norwegian. From a very early age in life, I wanted to be a professional baseball player. That was something that defined me, was alive inside me, and I was very passionate about. I can look back in my life to everything I have ever done and know that I gave it 110%. Even now, through all my trials and tribulations I know that there is just about nothing that can stop me from doing something that I want to accomplish. Unfortunately, my life would also start at a very early age to become like a boxing match. I’ve had more knockdowns than your average Joe but I pride myself on the fact that I get right back up every time. Every time I thought I knew what I wanted to do with my life, God had “other plans.” My life has been filled with learning experiences not too many people get the opportunity to experience; I think it's pretty safe to assume that they wouldn’t want some of my trials because they are experiences that can strip a person bare of their happiness and purpose in life. However, all my experiences in life, the good, the bad, and the ugly have led me to the road I am on now. I am so thankful to God that I am alive today to be part of something way bigger than myself, educating the future of society. My life has been a roller coaster ride, but I am finally starting to see the end of the tracks and, a beginning to a new and more exciting ride. The passion inside me as a child to become a baseball player has transformed into my longing to become a “hall of fame” teacher. I love my job here at REV more than any job I have ever had and would like nothing better than to stay here for the rest of my career.