Clayton Campbell graduated from Eastern Michigan University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Education, with a major in History and a minor in Psychology. He furthered his education with a Masters of Education in Education Technology – Instructional and Design, from Wayne State University.
After graduating from Eastern Michigan University, Mr. Campbell took a teaching position in the Flat Rock school district for a couple of years. While teaching in Flat Rock, he coached soccer at Wayne-Westland schools and taught night and summer school for Dearborn Public Schools. In 2002, he landed a position teaching History in Dearborn Public Schools. Mr. Campbell taught at the Dearborn Virtual Academy from 2002 to 2008, when the program transitioned to The Dearborn Magnet High School, where he currently teaches.
Mr. Campbell has a passion for the great outdoors. He and his family spend most of their summers traveling the great state of Michigan. Recently, he has discovered an interest in woodworking and fly fishing.