High School Humanities
Class of 2016 Advisor

Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Corby Gallegos trained in visual art and theatre for three years at California Institute of the Arts before completing his B.A. at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. Mr. Gallegos received his Waldorf teacher certification from the Waldorf Institute of Southern California in Northridge, and he is currently enrolled in the Waldorf High School Teacher Education Program with the Center for Anthroposophy in Wilton, New Hampshire. Prior to his teaching drama and literature and serving as Chair of the Drama Department at Highland Hall Waldorf School, Mr. Gallegos served as Co-Director of the Theatre Festival in Asheville, North Carolina; taught acting and English at the Sho Kosugi Institute in Tokyo, Japan; and taught acting and art in municipal programs in Southern California. Mr. Gallegos also performs with various theatrical groups and is the singer and founding member of Los Angeles’ premier Johnny Cash Tribute Band, “With a Bible & a Gun.”