Schools That Work Elk Grove Unified School District And Bravo Medical Magnet High School Grades 9-12 | Elk Grove and Los Angeles, CA Bookmark 5 Students, 5 Paths to a Future That Works Kathy BaronFormer Edutopia reporter and editor, mother of two. September 27, 2010 Related Tags: Project-Based Learning, Career and Technical Education, Dropout Prevention, Student Engagement, 9-12 High School 25SHARES Dea Flores Turns Video Games into a Science Fair Project School: Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School Location: Los Angeles Unified School District CTE: Engineering for Health Academy (EHA) Year: Class of 2011 Reanna Garnsey Finds a Future with Green Technology School: Laguna Creek High School Location: Elk Grove Unified School District CTE: Green Energy Technology Academy (GETA) Year: Class of 2011 Luis Arechiga Searches for the Next Generation of HIV Drugs School: 2010 Graduate of Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School Location: Los Angeles Unified School District CTE: Science Technology and Research (STAR) Status: Class of 2010, attending Emory University, Atlanta, GA Zeana McGuire Gets Musical in Woodshop School: 2010 Graduate of Sheldon High School Location: Elk Grove Unified School District CTE: Sheldon Building Trades Status: Class of 2010, attending Cosumnes River College, Sacramento, CA David Garibaldi: From Outlaw to International Hip Hop Artist School: Sheldon High School Location: Elk Grove Unified School District CTA: Animation Pathway Status: Professional Artist and Performance Painter Learn More About Project-Based LearningStandards-Aligned Genius Hour New Study Shows the Impact of PBL on Student Achievement Projects That Have Been Put to the Test Fostering Confident Problem Solvers Comments Sign in or register to comment Follow Subscribe to comments via RSS Sign in to comment. Not a member? Register. Sign in using social networks Or sign in here: Email address * Password * Forgot your password?