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Subjects Taught
College Prep English - Grade 12, Media Production I - Grades 9-12, Media Production II - Grades 10-12, Media Production III - Grades 11-12, Media Production IV - Grade 12


-Greensburg Salem High School

-Bachelor of Arts, California University of Pennsylvania, Communication: Radio/TV

-Seton Hill University, Secondary English Teaching Certification

-Communication Teaching Certification, Technology Education Teaching Certification

-Master's Degree, Wilkes University, Instructional Media


Matthew Gehly is a graduate of Greensburg Salem High School in Greensburg, PA. As a high school student Gehly became interested in video production and was instrumental in the success of GHS-TV, the school's student produced newscast. His interest in video production led Gehly to obtain a degree in Communication at California University of Pennsylvania. Gehly produced several award winning short films at CalU and served as both an entertainment reporter and news anchor for CUTV Newscenter, a program that aired on the college's cable station that reaches more 100,000 homes in the Monongahela Valley.

Following college, Gehly worked for a video production firm producing corporate industrial video, event video, commercials, and directing live broadcasts of sporting and political events. He returned to school to obtain Secondary English Teaching Certification at Seton Hill University and student taught at Greater Latrobe Senior High School.  Gehly began his teaching career at the Greenville Area School District in 2006 where he teaches Media Production and Technology courses.

In addition to working as a teacher, Gehly operates a freelance video editing business, creating video for client's around the world. Gehly is also an ordained minister serving at a small church in Greensburg, PA.

Gehly and his wife have two children in the Greenville Area School District.  In his spare time Gehly enjoys following Pittsburgh Penguin hockey, photography, hiking, and spending as much time as possible in the Great Smoky Mountains.