Arlington High School

Arlington High School has five distinct Career Technical Education (CTE) programs from three different industry sectors. The programs prepare students for their future careers by demonstrating professional skills, earning industry recognized certifications, and earning college credit while still in high school.

Applied Digital Media | MAA

Showcase your unique artistic vision by designing graphic communication products

Engage audiences by designing vibrant advertising layouts for magazines, brochures, newsletters, and more

Create infographics, logos, illustrations, and videos delivering dynamic visual impact

Mr. Drysol

Mr. Drysol has been teaching Media for seven years at Arlington and last year he began a new Media program at Chemawa Middle School. He teaches the basics of videography and photography in the Media Arts Academy. Mr. Drysol earned a Bachelors in English & Creative Writing, a Masters in Education, and a Certificate in Screenwriting.

Ms. Schreck

Ms. Schreck has been a photographer for over twenty years, and a videographer for fifteen years. She's been a teacher for eleven years; thirteen if you count when she presented the star shows at RCCs planetarium to students of all ages. After getting her Bachelor's degree, she went back to school to get her teaching credential and Master's in Education, and is currently getting her Master's in creative writing.

Biomedical Sciences

Design, conduct, and analyze a wide range of scientific experiments to solve medical mysteries

Perform DNA fingerprinting, genetic transformations, PCR, and protein analysis

Engage with medical professionals during surgical procedures and autopsies

Ms. Lowe

Ms. Lowe teaches the third year, Medical Interventions, class. She earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry from UCR and is currently working toward her M.S. in Chemistry from GCU. She has prior experience working in biochemistry and biotechnology laboratories. This is Ms. Lowe’s first year as part of the biomedical science program at Arlington High School.

Mrs. Tamayo

Cheryl Tamayo has been a Science teacher now for the past 13 years, 3 of which she's had the privilege of teaching Biomedical science. She received her Bachelors degree in 2006 from La Sierra University, and her Masters degree in 2008 from National University. For as long as she can remember, she's had a passion for helping others, and as an educator she tries to instill this same passion in her students.

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Game Design & Development

Unleash the power of art and technology to bring your vision to life and produce original experiences

Develop and build games for all platforms in collaboration with professionals

Work in teams to brainstorm, storyboard, and create unique 3D animations, computer graphics, and video games

Mr. Jeffries, CTE Lead

Mr. Jeffries has been leading the Game Design Pathway at Arlington since 2016. He has a Bachelor of Science in Geophysics and a Master’s in Business Administration.

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Health Careers & Patient Care

Practice a wide range of health care processes, techniques, and diagnostic procedures to save lives

Experience interactive labs and clinical rotations in a variety of healthcare settings

Develop professional work ethic, medical skills, and quality patient care

Ms. Kilbreath

Networking & Cybersecurity

Protect and defend computers and networks from terrorist threats through powerful software security programs

Develop video games, interactive websites, and software applications to power the modern world

Design, implement, and maintain complex computer network systems to keep users connected and productive