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Support Services

Support Services

Magnet Office

Millicent Dypiangco, Magnet School Coordinator
Connie Flores, Magnet Office Technician
The Magnet Office at bravo has several responsibilities. The Magnet Office is the liaison with the medical community and other community partners. It also coordinates 9th grade student orientations and articulation, as well as student transportation.

College Center

Art Maletz, College Advisor
The College Advisor guides and advises students and their families on post secondary school plans. The Advisor will coordinate and implement on going dissemination of information to students, parents, and faculty members pertaining to college admission process.

Parent Center


Abigail Solis, Parent Representative

Wendy Castellanos, Parent Resource Assistant
The Parent Center is a resource and information center. The Community Liaisons are Mrs. Solis and Ms. Castellanos. The Center is open for all parents from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30p.m. daily.

Dean's Office

Brandon Andrews, Dean
Bravo's Dean of Discipline is a valuable resource to students, parents and Bravo Faculty. The dean enforces school rules and policies. Any discipline issue can be directed to the Dean's Office.

Counseling Office

Deanne Hollinshead, Counselor
Lonny Moreno, Counselor
Edith Ruedas, Counselor
Elizabeth Saucedo, Counselor

Korina Izquierdo, Counselor
Nancy Escobedo, Senior Office Technician

Jeannue Cheung, Office Technician
Bravo High School provides support for students to be successful in a comprehensive rigorous program. Counselors support students with their academic career, and personal/social development through individual counseling and group presentations. Counselors also meet with parents to plan an individual graduation plan with and for students.

Title I Office

Gina Williams-Wakasa, Instructional Specialist, Title I
Maria Elizalde, Office Technician
The Title I coordinator complies with the state and federal guidelines to provide intervention services to Bravo students and parents. After school tutoring, teacher aides, Saturday academies, counseling and Parent Center are examples of intervention services available.

Health Office

Evangeline Fajardo, School Nurse
The school nurse provides care and intervention for student's health issues. These include first aid treatment, immunization compliance follow-up, sports participants' clearance, least restrictive environment provisions, counseling and referrals. Prevention measures are also an integral part of the Health office functions.

School Psychologist

Seble Gebremedhin, School Psychologist
The school psychologist is professionally trained to work with school-aged children, their teachers, and family. Some of the responsibilities include working with students, parents and teachers to evaluate academic skills, eligibility for special education services, learning aptitudes, social skills, and emotional developments through the Students Success Team provide educational management, behavioral modification and learning strategies. The school psychologist also provides individual counseling counseling for students.

Library Services

Lisa Gutierrez, Librarian
Bravo is fortunate to have a very beautiful library located on the 5th floor. Everyone is encouraged to visit and use the vast resources available.

School Police


Officer Morales
The School Police Officer is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District and the main function is to maintain a safe and healthy learning environment for all students, staff and communities in which we serve.

Speech & Language

The Speech Therapist works with children in the areas of articulation, language, stuttering and voice. Students with Individualized Education Plans are serviced.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Provides training to students with hearing losses, including:
· Auditory training
· Speech reading
· Hearing conversation
Students with Individualized Education Plans are serviced.

Special Education Clerk

Marisol De La Cruz, Office Technician (Attendance Office)
Assists with referrals for Student Success Team, Special Education policies and procedures.