• Name: Mr. Kevin Hayward
    Subjects/Classes Taught:  Music/Piano Lab -  Journalism [Video Production]
    Classroom: 9114 [Piano Lab] 3216 [Computer Lab]
    Education:  MS in Music Education from SDSU, MM in Conducting from NAU
    Email:  hayward@phoenixunion.org
    Phone:  (602) 764-7149
    Beginning Piano is the place to learn or improve your keyboard skills.  Class includes instruction in technique, theory, and will include public performance.  Intermediate and advanced students may have the opportunity to perform in addition to those required for class.
    Journalism is a class about creating video content with an emphasis on story telling.  Students may choose to join the TV Media club and take part in producing a TV show that features events happening at Camelback High School.

    Mr. Kevin A. Hayward, is in his twenty-ninth year with the Phoenix Union High School District.  He has over thirty years of teaching at every level, from beginners to university students, and has been involved as an instructor in school music programs since 1984.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music Education from San Diego State University and a Master of Music Degree in Conducting (with distinction) from Northern Arizona University.

    Prior to his position with the Camelback High School Band Program, Mr. Hayward worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Northern Arizona University in their band program and worked with groups including the Lumberjack Marching Band and the nationally recognized NAU Wind Symphony.  In the 1992-1993 academic year, he was considered for an interim full-time faculty position at NAU, as Associate Director of Bands.

    In addition to his duties at Camelback, Mr. Hayward is active as a composer, arranger, clinician, performer, private teacher, and adjudicator.  He has also served as chairperson for the North-Central All-Region Honor Band and has served AMEA as Regional Governor.   In 2005, he was honored with the George C. Wilson Leadership-Service Award by the Arizona Music Educators Association. He is a member of AMEA, ABODA, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, an honorary member of Kappa Kappa Psi, and was included in the 2005 edition of Who’s Who in America.  For 6 years, he served on the AMEA board as the state chair for the music honor society Tri-M.  Currently, he is the Orchestra Conductor for the Scottsdale Musical Theatre Company.

    At Camelback,  Mr. Hayward teaches Piano Lab and Journalism - a class in video production. 


    Mr. Hayward