This will be Andrea Frias’ 12th year at one of the HTH schools, 17th in education. Across HTH campuses, she has taught 9th grade Math/Physics, 10th and 11th grade Spanish, kindergarten, and served as Dean of Students. She has also served as a Core Leader and Project Co-director of the NGSS Early Implementers Initiative.Andrea grew up in the San Diego area and graduated from Chula Vista High School: School of the Creative and Performing Arts with a major in Dance. She then left San Diego to study across the country. Andrea received her Bachelor’s in Hispanic Studies with a focus in Literature and Culture from Brown University. She continued her graduate studies at Brown receiving a Master of Arts in Elementary Education. Most recently, Andrea graduated from the School Leadership program at the High Tech High Graduate School. She is currently a doctoral student in Math and Science Leadership. Andrea loves to help students develop mindsets that will help them always try their best and feel empowered as life-long learners. She feels very fortunate to be able to support students as they harness the power of wonder and collaboration. Puppetry, song, dance, dialogue, tinkering, loose parts play, prototyping, engineering, investigating, data collection, building, and exploring all have a place in the daily life of a HTH student.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *