April Baker teaches American literature and British literature. She has taught honors, college prep, and remedial English, jounalism, and credit recovery courses. She holds a BA and MA in English, a single-subject English credential, and is also a Leading Edge certified online instructor. April considers herself a life-long learner and seeks opportunities to enhance the educational experience of GMCHS students.
Vincent Legg teaches U.S. History, Economics, and Government. He has taught a variety of grades and levels, including GATE and AP in traditional high school settings. A graduate of Grossmont College, he earned a BA in philosophy from UC Berkley. He is sensitive to the social dynamics that can lead some students to be uncomfortable and under-perform on a traditional high school campus.
School counselor, Sharon Neumann, helps students make course selections to meet both high school graduation and college admission requirements. She guides students through the college application process, financial aid, and possible career choices. An educator with 20-years experience, Sharon maintains an open door policy, and is always available to listen and give advice to GMCHS students.
School secretary, Sue Halvin, wears many hats! In addition to serving as administrative assistant, registrar, GIS, attendance and health clerk, she orchestrates GMCHS activities and the fundraisers that make them possible. She keeps track of most everyone and everything and is the first impression for many of our middle college students and parents.
Founding instructor and English teacher, Cathy Zemlick, retired June 30, 2012. She taught at all levels, from Advanced Placement through remedial, and seniors through freshmen, as well as special preparatory courses for the SAT Reasoning test. Cathy has a Life Teaching Credential in English, a Reading Specialist Credential, and a Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from SDSU.