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    Marci Keller - Principal

    (831) 728-6225 ex: 4965

    Ian Licata - English & Foreign Language

    (831) 728-6225 ext: 4910

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    (831) 728-6225 ext: 4905

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    (831) 728-6225 ext: 4962

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    (831) 728-6225 ext: 4906

    Robert Roach - Engineering

    (831) 728-6225 ext: 4909

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    (831) 728-6225 ext: 4971

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    (831) 728-6225 ext: 4978

    Congrats to Diamond Tech’s 2019 Student of the Year

    Ana Sanchez Student of the Year
    Ana Sanchez is the top student of the Class of 2020 at Diamond Technology Institute. Ana excels in math, science, and engineering. Her future plan is to pursue a career in the STEM field of computer science engineering. Ana loves a challenge and is always ready to help her school and community. She participated in student leadership last year and has a passion for volunteer work related to education. She tutors students for the Watsonville Public Library and The Science Workshop. Ana is consistently dedicated to educational improvement and is already taking Computer Science classes at Cabrillo College. Congratulations from all of us at Diamond Tech!

    Innovators and Inventions!

    Values  Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype and Test

    Diamond Technology Institute is now a Design Thinking high school and is listed in the Design Thinking in Schools Directory which is a K-12 partnership with Stanford University’s d.school. We are the only high school in Santa Cruz county with this distinction. If you would like to know more about design thinking, please visit

    www.designthinkinginschools.com or d.school Institute of Design at Stanford.

    Happenings

    Our school-wide theme for this year is

    SYNERGIZE!

    Day One! Off and running...

    2019 Soccer Champs!!

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    Now accepting interest forms for 2019.

    Acepta formas de interés para 2019.

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    ~Class of 2019~ ~~ ~GRADUATES!~

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    Diamond Technology Institute

    Diamond Technology Institute Mission

    Diamond Tech blends academic and career technical education. The institute places high expectations on students, parents, teachers and administrators. The program and curriculum are based on a belief that students will be provided with a unique opportunity to prepare them to communicate, problem-solve, and perform authentic real-world tasks. Students will become competitive, competent, and highly skilled in order to meet the demanding standards of our time. During these years, in addition to career skills, students will obtain the essential concepts and course content that can lead them to a two or four year college program.

    Diamond Technology Institute Vision

    Diamond Technology Institute is an educational charter school committed to providing a center for engaged learning. Our diverse students can realize their potential and meet the demanding standards of the community, state, nation and the world.