Ho Yan Yu

Hi there, Ms. Hoyan here! And what better way to begin an introduction than a corny icebreaker! Two truths and a lie: 1. Growing up, I rarely talked to my parents. 2. In elementary school, I went by the name Emily. 3. In high school, I retook the SAT 5 times. Take a guess on […]

Paul DeFrancesco

Paul graduated from California State University San Marcos with a degree in Social Sciences in 2015, and completed his Single-Subject teaching credential in Social Science and a Master’s in Education, Teacher Leadership, from National University in 2020. Paul has worked in an educational setting since 2015, teaching in a variety of settings and content areas. […]

Montse Kevan

I was born in Mexico City, but since my family moved to Tijuana when I was 3 years old, I’ve always considered myself a proud Tijuanense. In words of Nortec Collective “Tijuana makes me happy.” I love the border life. The most traveled border in the world, where growing up meant having two languages, two […]

Genevieve De Kervor

My name is Genevieve Dekervor. I am looking forward to teaching 10th grade Chemistry at HTHNC this Fall! Both my love for science and art developed as a student at HTH. I hope that as a teacher I can also support students in making their own epiphanies and connections between science and their personal interests. […]

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