At Method, we pride ourselves in the comprehensive solutions and educational practices we continue to refine to best serve students from all backgrounds and ambitions. Our agile model maintains an inherent focus on the student and empowers every Method Schools community member to learn and grow.
We value our partnerships with students and their families, schools and districts and other organizations all aimed towards creating a truly student driven model that supports growth and achievement for every student. We look forward to continuing to build a program and community that fosters overall student growth and success.
For students who stay an entire year
Based on 2018 and 2019 online surveys
More student attention, less stress for teachers
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Hello! My name is Adam. I am a social science teacher based in Riverside. I love history and the stories of human experiences and triumphs. History is also important to explain how things have progressed through time and inform the era we live in. I am excited to work with my students and help them through their courses!
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Hello! My name is Lisa Honig, and I am a Math Teacher at Method School. I grew and attended university in The Netherlands, earning a bachelor’s degree in Education.
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Ms. Leary comes from over 20 years of traditional education experience and with a doctoral degree in educational technology. She credits her interest in online education to the insights she gathered while researching her doctoral thesis, and her observation of her own daughter's experience with a hybrid high school program. Ms. Leary has two children, her high school-age daughter whose flexible online education program allows her to ride horses competitively, and her son who shares her love of science and technology. In addition to online education, Ms. Leary loves to design curriculum, especially for computer skills and science classes! When she is not at a computer, Ms. Leary is trailering her daughter's horse, hiking, running with her dogs, or backpacking with her son.
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Hi! My name is Greg Nilchavee and I’m a High School English Teacher at Method Schools. I’m an upbeat and positive person, and it is my mission to get you to learn from and live in literature. When I’m not in the online classroom, I enjoy reading (of course!) and exercising. As you enter into your online learning, reach out to me as soon as possible for help navigating the curriculum and keeping up with school sessions. I look forward to working with you and having a successful year at Method Schools!
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I have ten years of experience in education, teaching Math and Spanish in Lennox, California. During that time, I was Department Chair and trained the staff about the new Common Core Standards. I graduated from Loyola Marymount (LMU) with a degree in Spanish. I am a Spanish native speaker and studied abroad in Spain while attending LMU. Additionally, I earned a Master's of Arts in Teaching from the University of Southern California (USC). I am passionate about teaching and making a difference in the lives of my students. In my free time, I enjoy spending quality time with my three daughters and husband.
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I am a teacher, yogi, runner, hiker, walker, mom, and nature enthusiast. I am a credentialed Spanish teacher and have been teaching kids to love learning not only Spanish but to love learning by nature for over a decade. Originally from Mexico City, I hold a BA in Spanish Language and Culture from the Universidad de Granada in Spain and an MA in Spanish Philology from CSU Northridge. After working as a teacher and translation project manager, I traveled globally, volunteering and joined the Peace Corps, working on the Teaching English for Livelihoods program, an initiative that supported the Secretary of Education’s efforts to train Colombian English teachers and create more opportunities for future Colombian graduates. I completed the College Board AP Spanish Teacher Certification and have been teaching Middle School and High School levels. I am excited to teach and support the next generation of young minds here at Methods Schools. I believe each student embodies a unique and wonderful spirit. I aspire to see my students grow into adults who are independent, responsible, and compassionate innovators. Also I LOVE TACOS! Al pastor tacos are the best!!
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Leslye Walton is an accomplished educator with over 9 years classroom experience. Leslye is also an award-winning young adult writer. Her novel, The Strange & Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender received several accolades, including the PEN Center USA Literary Award, the Pacific Northwest Book Award, The Washington State Book Award, and was named one of the best books of 2014 by Publishers Weekly, School Library Journal, the Boston Globe, Hudson Booksellers, Amazon, and more.
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Tracy Washington has a Master degree in Educational Leadership from ASU and a teaching credential in; PE, English, ESL, and Dance from both Arizona and California. She has taught English, Dance, and reading intervention from grades 1st-12th grade.
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Christine Young is Method School's Special Education Director and has taught special-needs children for over a decade ranging from upper elementary to the middle and high school levels. She earned a master's degree in special education and is credentialed to teach both mild/moderate and moderate/severe special education populations. Christine is currently pursuing her doctorate in educational leadership and her state administrative credential to broaden her capabilities to better serve our students. Favorite quote: “One person can make a difference, and everyone should try”- John F. Kennedy.
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