Phone: (916) 726-1400 ext. 6175


Degrees and Certifications:

Associate of Arts (AA), General Education- Chabot Community College Bachelor of Arts (BA), History- UCLA Master of Arts (MA), History- Cal State, East Bay Credentials and Certifications: Single Subject Credential- Social Science, Secondary Education English, Supplemental Authorization CLAD/GATE/BTSA certified Advanced Placement (U.S. History) certified Advanced Placement (Psychology) certified Link Crew Coordinator * Coach, Girls' Tennis (JV/Varsity) * Asst. Athletic Director

Dana Duncan

This year marks my 30th year in the classroom, and I am as motivated today as I was on day one of my career.   I respect individuals, prioritize relationships, and always remember that a student might forget the content I deliver, but they will never forget how they feel in my classroom.  I work hard to set up and maintain a learning environment that is comforting and comfortable, welcoming and accepting, safe and student-centered. 

In my World Studies class, I work hard to deliver and work with content in a variety of ways to maximize engagement, participation, and retention, and to push students to look at History from a variety of perspectives- all leading up to better understanding today and, perhaps, the future.  Collaboration, academic discourse, critical thinking, and reflection make up the foundation of the work we do in APUSH.  Link to Syllabus

In my Dual Enrollment U.S. History courses, students are satisyfing BOTH their graduation requirement for U.S. History and a general education requirement for U.S. History on their college the same time! In this course, students enroll in Sierra College. And, with the successful completion of this course, students officially start their college career and the grade they earn goes on their college transcript. It's a smart way to earn college credit without having to pass an AP exam.  Link to Syllabus

I am constantly looking for ways to grow as an educator and as a person.  I value optimism, support, independence and intrinsic motivation, being open-minded, relationships and authenticity, humor, competition, confidence, making mistakes and learning from them, and mastering fundamental skills for long-term growth and success. 

Outside the classroom, I coach the girls' tennis team, I am a senior class advisor, and I work to effectively collaborate with my colleagues here at Antelope, as well as at the district level.  I love being a Titan.    




  • FALL 2023

    Period 1: World Studies

    Period 2: Dual Enrollment U.S. History 17B

    Period 3: Dual Enrollment U.S. History 17B

    Period 4: Prep


    ROOM A205

    (916) 726-1400 ext. 6175