Career Technical Education is vital to economic development. The pathways and courses offered at MA represent several of California's 15 industry sectors. CTE courses expose students to career and post-high school education choices by focusing on skill development related to these industry sectors. Projects are hands-on and performed in a lab or shop setting, integrating academic and career technical content. One year of CTE course work is required for graduation. MA's courses represent the following industry sectors:
  • Arts, Media and Entertainment
  • Building Trades and Construction
  • Education, Child Development and Family Services
  • Engineering and Design
  • Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation
  • Information Technology

Career Technical Education Teachers

Teacher Website 
Barnes, Allan Digital Photo I & II, & Journalism I-2, I-3 abarnes@seq.org  
Biffle, Heather Food and Nutrition, Family &Consumer Studies C-16 hbiffle@seq.org  
Caryotakis, Peter  AP Computer Science (Modile Apps) I-4 pcaryotakis@seq.org  
Donaldson, Cindy AP Computer Science (Java) I-4 cdonaldson@seq.org
Elmore, Megan AP Computer Science, Academy Computer Science I-1, I-4 melmore@seq.org  
Frivold, Sarah
Digital Photo, Yearbook,
& Computer Applications
I-2, I-3 sfrifold@seq.org Ms. Frivold's Website
Fronk, Tomiko AP Computer Science (Python) I-4 tfronk@seq.org  
Giambruno, John Video Production, Animation, & TV Com Prod  I-3 jgiambruno@seq.org
Leeper, Mark
Department Chair,
 Woods 1, 2, & 3, Engineering & Technology, Drafting for Archietecture
S-1, S-2 mleeper@seq.org  
Rubin, Chris 
Computer Academy; Computer Applications, and Multimedia  I-1 crubin@seq.org  
Wellington, Bejamin  Journalism (The Chronicle) B-3 bwellington@seq.org