Mrs. Remeta was born and raised in Lima, Peru. She has been teaching at Palos Verdes High School since 2003. She earned a BS in Architecture in Lima and came to USA to further her studies at UCLA. Prior to teaching she worked for nine years in the interior design field. After having her children she decided to become a teacher. She graduated from LMU with a Masters Degree in Secondary Education. Teaching Spanish is her passion and she is excited to share what she knows as a native speaker. Mrs. Remeta currently teaches Spanish IV, Spanish V, and AP Spanish Literature. In her free time she loves to spend time with her family and travel.
The World Language Department at Palos Verdes High School currently offers regular, honors, and AP classes for Spanish, French, and Chinese. We have a dynamic, creative and experienced faculty of 11 teachers. All of our teachers hold CA teaching credentials and most of them have earned master’s degrees. The World Language Department Goals are:
Our Language programs benefit from the block schedule, which allows extended time (approximately 113 minutes) in the classroom to learn, practice, and refine all language skills. We offer:
Latin Program - Andea Craig
All World Language classes promote the acquisition of a new language according to ACTFL’s National Standards. Communication
PV High School is currently offering Korean I, II , III and III Honors for the 2017-2018 school year. PVHS will add Korean IV and Honors for the 2018-2019 school year. The course here at PV High is student-centered and driven by art and culture based projects.
The Korean Culture Club and the Koran Honor Society will work independently as well as collaboratively on the flagship events of the program such as Korean Game Day, Korean Culture Night, and Korean Movie Night and etc,.
At every level, in addition to learning the Korean language, students will gain the following:
● Participation in many educational events and outings such as and not limited to: cooking, singing and dancing, learning Korean drums, arts and crafts, Korean BBQ, and free field trip to the Cultural Center, movie theater, and more.
● Further study toward the ability to pursue qualification for an official English/Korean Biliteracy Certificate.
● The opportunity to apply for unique scholarships.
● The opportunity to apply to attend a summer camp in Korea sponsored by Korean Education Center.
● The benefits of a broader understanding of the world