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Lead Teachers

Nielson, Erik
Teacher

Administrator

Jackson, Earlondra
Assistant Principal

Counselor

Staneff, Elisa
Counselor-HSA

HSA Teachers

Backstrom, Kellye
Dean & Senior Activities Advisor
Berman, Kyla
Athletic Director/Teacher
Bermudez, Elaine
Teacher
Cotton-Macon, Litisha
Teacher
Craciun, Diana
Teacher
Fink, Thomas
Teacher
Fortune, Michelle
Teacher
Ingerson, Nancy
Teacher
Isakson, Felisia
Teacher
Johnson McAdoo, Daphne
College Counselor
Jones, Ti
Teacher
Morris, Jennifer
Teacher
Nielson, Erik
Teacher
Pantoja, Marco
Teacher
Pascua, Arlene
Teacher
Reyes, Adam
Teacher
Rhea, Renna
Teacher
Saavedra, Dana
Teacher
Twine, Lilia
Teacher
Ugwu, Fidelia
Teacher

Human Services Academy

 

Human Services Academy goal is to provide students with skill sets that prepare them for careers in the healthcare field.  A variety of healthcare services are studied including youth agencies, healthcare, nursing, physical therapy, and family service programs.  Students have the opportunity to pursue intellectual and personal growth; learn valuable skills at school and practice them in "real life" jobs.  Students enrolled in the Nursing program can start working upon graduating from high school.

 

The Public Service Academy is a career pathway within the Human Services Academy.  It is designed to educate highly interested students about careers in law and law enforcement.  Student success is achieved through student cohorts, a select group of dedicated teachers, and career electives in law enforcement, forensics, and criminal justice. The program has partnered with community services and resources so students can develop important connections between academic skills and success in the workplace.