Margaret Noble

Computer Programming in the Arts Margaret Noble was born in Texas, raised in San Diego, and received her key artistic training in Chicago. She holds a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of California, San Diego and an MFA in Studio and Sound Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Margaret Noble […]

Maria Teresa Cesena

MariaTeresa Ceseña (a.k.a. Dr. C) was born and raised in Riverside, CA. After graduating from high school she attended UC Irvine to study archaeology; she dreamed of becoming the next Indiana Jones. She eventually transferred to UC Riverside where she graduated with a degree in Anthropology and Ethnic Studies. Her next move brought her to […]

Leizl Manalo

Ms. Leizl is very excited to be back at HTHCV! Born and raised in Chula Vista, Ms. Leizl was part of HTHCV’s founding class. Ms. Leizl received her Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies with a literacy focus at San Diego State University. After working as a Behavioral Interventionist to children with Autism and their […]

John Santos

I’ve been fortunate to call High Tech High my home for over 10 years now. It has been incredible to be part of the meaningful, relevant project based-learning that has gone on at our schools. Exploring the sciences with students is one of my strongest passions and project-based learning is fundamental to my teaching philosophy. […]

Jasmine Diaz

Ms. Jaz is a Chula Vista native who went to Eastlake High. While working in the surf/skate industry, Ms. Jaz earned a bachelor’s degree from SDSU in Mathematics for Single Subject Teaching. After college, she taught in a differentiated learning environment for three years before joining the HTHCV family in 2020. In her spare time, […]

Jeremy Farson

Jeremy began his life in Los Angeles. He spent his formative years in two coastal towns, La Jolla, California and Bolinas, a small town just north of San Francisco. Upon graduating from La Jolla High he moved back north to attend UC Santa Cruz. With his mind set on studying fine art he chose to […]

Geneva Clark

My name is Geneva Clark and I am the Environmental Science teacher at High Tech High International. I am currently teaching at the 12th grade level, and words cannot even describe how blessed I feel to be here as a blessing unto others. From the students and parents to my fellow staff members, I know […]

Chelsea Smith

Teaching art at HTHCV is my dream of merging my love for creating art and working with youth. I originally moved to San Diego from The Bay Area to pursue a degree in Social Work and Art. It was then that I discovered my love for working with youth and how I can bring my […]