Kerrie is a San Antonio native having grown up on the SE side of town. She now lives in Floresville, TX with her son, three cows and four dogs. Her hobbies include geology, baking, and health and wellness. She has a BA in Creative Writing and a minor in Film from Texas State, and MS coursework in Energy and Sustainability from the University of Denver. She is currently pursuing an MA in Literature, Creative Writing and Social Justice at OLLU.
Mr. X. Robles
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Ms. M. Jay
Mrs. T. Bryand
I am proud to be teaching at Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School of Art and Design. I am committed to working with students to build an understanding of the fundamentals of Art and the Art World, and encouraging students to explore multiple media while practicing various artistic applications and methods in both two-dimensional and three-dimensional formats. Working with high school students in this capacity develops strong creative practices and critical thinking skills that will carry over into their college experience and professional career paths.
John Medina was born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas; the hometown of Whataburger and Selena. He received his BFA from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and his MFA from Northern Illinois University in Dekalb, Illinois. He currently lives and works in downtown San Antonio as an art instructor for the Henry Ford Academy, where he enjoys sharing his knowledge and skills with the future movers and shakers of the San Antonio Art scene. He is inspired by the talent and creativity of the young people he gets to work with each day.
Ms. S. Martinez
Ms. M. Rodriguez
BACK TO THE STAFF HOME Ms. J. Sanchez Superintendent/Principal Jessica Rae Sanchez is the new and returning Superintendent/Principal of the Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School for Art + Design. Ms. Sanchez’s path to school leadership has been non-traditional yet is well-suited for the administrator of an exemplary arts high school that is connected to […]