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 LearningDeeper Learning—for Teachers Getting Students Into College Is Not Enough Turning the Community Into a Classroom Expanding the STEM (or STEAM) Pipeline to Diverse Learners 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?CAPTCHAThis question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.