At Crystal, I have been fortunate to be surrounded by motivated, kind, passionate, smart people focused on extracting every possible ounce from their teachers and peers. As a student, could you ask for anything more? Crystal alum
Students at CSUS develop into independent and successful life-long learners by following a program that focuses on skill acquisition and content knowledge. Though the school can be described as academically rigorous, the rewards of such a program can be seen in the daily successes of our students. Whether it is struggling through an analytical essay or an enigmatic laboratory experiment, we believe students learn best in an environment that challenges them to reach beyond what they know to solve problems using the skills they have learned. Students are encouraged to question their teachers, seek new ways toward learning, and discover the complexity of the world around them.
Assistant Head of School Christy Dillon features Leandro Garcia-Fulle, who has been teaching Spanish language and literature classes at Crystal for 26 years. Read on to learn more about this passionate educator.
Read Assistant Head of School Christy Dillon’s interview with Andy Sigears, Advanced Topics in Biology and Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology teacher. Andy is also the Director of Student Activities.