Jorge Cerna

My name is Jorge Cerna and I am one of the 11th Grade Humanities Teachers at HTHMA. I have been teaching now for over 5 years and I have a strong passion for helping students grow and support them to achieve the goals they have set for themselves in life. I have a wide background […]

Helen Shao

The following description of Helen Shao was written by the students of 2023 after some detailed scientific observations and logical inferences: Hellooo!!! I’m Helen Shao. I’m a former UCLA graduate. I’m (not) Jewish, have 2 daughters, Penny and Chloe. I’m famous in the Bay Area and was featured in a magazine. I like summer and […]

Timothy Ro

I am excited to be returning to HTHMA for my second year of teaching. I am originally from Garden Grove, where I was born and raised in the recently dubbed “Orange County Koreatown,” or what I personally elect to call it, “The Boulevard of the Korean American Dream.” From there, I attended the University of […]

Dan Allen

I began my art career at the age of four. I remember copying a coloring book page instead of coloring it in with crayons. My preschool teacher praised my ability to recreate the drawing that I seen in the book. My peers said that it was cool. My mother hung it on the refrigerator and […]