Mide (Mac) Macaulay is a Trojan graduating in 2001 from the University of Southern California. Macaulay is also an alumnus of Teach for America Los Angeles. He spent seven years at Markham Middle School in Watts, where he taught seventh and eighth grade science, leadership, and Youth Lead Gang Intervention. Prior to joining the Hybrid High team, Macaulay served as Founding Dean and Assistant Principal at Animo Locke II Charter High School, a Green Dot Public School in South Los Angeles. Macaulay joined USC Hybrid High in 2012 as a founding science teacher. He achieved such impressive results in the classroom, that he was appointed to serve as Assistant Principal for Hybrid High in April 2013 and then as Principal in July 2014. Today, he continues to work to inspire young people by providing them intellectual nourishment, academic rigor, and personal attention. Mr. Mac was born in Nigeria!
“I am an advocate for ALL students—especially the challenging populations of special education, the unmotivated students, and the lower performing students.”
“I will ensure that we are always committed to the school’s mission of preparing our students to use their college degrees and careers to make a positive multigenerational change.”