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Fieldtrip to Mount St. Mary's University

Fieldtrip to Mount St. Mary's University

Fieldtrip to East Los Angeles College

Fieldtrip to East Los Angeles College

3/16/15 Bridges: Pathways Exhibition at BGHS

iCARE Symposium Feb 2015


2013 ICARE symposium

2013 Preschool Graduation

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Seniors Mentoring Freshmen

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iCARE Family Health and Safety Fair May 2015

iCARE Family Health and Safety Fair May 2015

Class of 2018

Class of 2018



Make sure to get a K-12 Form from College Center, complete and turn in by May 3rd.

Architectural Rendering 221 (2) UC:CSU

Lecture 1 Hour; Lab, 3 Hours.


This course offers opportunities for the development of graphic techniques and the use of media for visual communication in a variety of two-dimensional formats and compositions. The methods employed in the selection of media, techniques and composition are also studied in relation to the communication of architectural design and concepts.

Chicano Studies 002 (3) UC:CSU


The course introduces the student to the major characteristics of the largest growing ethnic group in the United States. Special attention will be given to the social, cultural, economic and political elements which differentiate Mexican-Americans in relationship to other groups in American society.

Child, Family and Community 11 (3) CSU


This course is a study of the developing child in a societal context focusing on the interrelationship of the family, school and community and emphasizes  historical and socio-cultural factors. The processes of socialization and identity development will be highlighted, showing the importance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families. Some topics covered are: social influences on parenting styles, communication, child-rearing and the relationships between the child, family and the school is studied.

Communication Studies 101 Public Speaking (3)  UC:CSU


In this course, training is offered in effective speech composition and delivery. The course assists in building confidence in the delivery of original presentations, acquaints students with the sources of speech materials, and develops discriminating listening through speech analysis.



iCARE Staff

Alvarado, Mr.
Anderson, Amy
Banuelos, Yesenia
Chagolla, Tracey
Fuentes, Sandra
Huerta, Jorge
Larios, Susana
So- Z and ALL Pathways Counselor (9th-12th grades)
Lugo, Oscar
Mendoza, Ms.
Miranda, Miguel
Assistant Principal
Muñoz, Mr.
Quinonez, Cathleen
Math Department
Sanchez, Raul
Saucedo, Magdalena
Torres, Mario