Mr. Goh has been teaching at Arcadia Christian School since 2006. He was born in Singapore and immigrated to America when he was three years old. His father is a pastor who originally came her to go to Fuller Theological Seminary. Despite growing up in a Christian home he never really understood what it meant to be a Christian; it was all just a routine for him. Even though he went to church, he still sinned constantly and never challenged himself to "be a real Christian." Walking home one day from school, he made his first realy decision to follow God. From that day on his life started to change. He still makes mistakes, but he has a relationship with God and her is trying his best to follow Jesus Christ. Mr. Goh graduated from Cal Poly Pomona with honors in 2005. He earned a Bachelors Degree in Liberal Studies with a concentration in teaching. He then received his K-8 Multiple Subject Credential at Cal State Los Angeles. Before coming to ACS, Mr. Goh had taught in different situations such as Sunday School, Church Youth Groups, SAT Prep Classes and substitute teaching in the Arcadia and Temple City Unified School Districts. Mr. Goh truly believes that God, in his own miraculous way has brought him specifically to ACS and has a good, pleasing and perfect plan for him. He says, "I absolutely love teaching at ACS. I think it is a really special place where teachers can not only teach and help students succeed academically, but we are also able to help students in their own personal journey to salvation and their relationship with Jesus Christ." Currently, Mr. Goh teaches Computer classes and is the school's IT Director.