Zakary Beltz

Hello! My name is Zak Beltz, and this will be my first year with HTHCV. I grew up nestled between towering redwoods and the cold waters of the Pacific Ocean in Santa Cruz, CA. I earned a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Sonoma State University, and have since worked in various aspects of animal […]

Stephen Logan

I’m a lot of “things:” father, musician, artist, disc golfer, yogi, writer, son, brother, military veteran, baker, and teacher. All these things add to the experience and dedication I bring to the craft of teaching. I seek to be open minded to new information, input from colleagues, and feedback from students. I originally grew up […]

Pat Holder

Pat Holder is originally from Los Angeles, CA and has resided in San Diego since 2005. When he is not teaching Humanities at HTH he is likely spending time with his family, camping in baja or working on his house.

Peter Jana

I’m a San Diego native who was educated at San Diego State University and the Claremont Graduate School. One of the highlights of my life as a student was living in Paris, France, where I had the opportunity to study the language and meet a wide variety of people from around the world. I have […]

Rachel Angeles

I am a San Diego native that does not like it when the weather is too hot or too cold. I teach 11th grade Humanities at High Tech High Media Arts. I received my undergraduate degree in sociology at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and my master’s in education at National University. I […]

Rachel Nichols

Rachel Nichols is from Bloomington, Indiana. Like most Hoosiers, she loves to watch and play basketball. If given the opportunity, she will try to convince you that basketball is the greatest game ever invented . Ms. Nichols moved to San Diego in the fall of 2008. Ms. Nichols did her undergraduate work at Indiana University […]

Meghan White

My name is Meghan White and I am honored and blessed to teach biology and environmental science at High Tech High Chula Vista! I was born and raised in Huntington Beach, California where I fell in love with the ocean. I attended Whitman College where I double majored in biology and geology and had the […]

Margaret Egler

I grew up in Long Beach and on my parents’ avocado farm outside of Fallbrook, where my family spent weekends building a home without electricity or running water. I spent four freezing years in Connecticut studying American studies (an interdisciplinary major focusing on American history, political science, and literature) at Yale. Inspired by my college […]