Leadership

Administration

Brian Bauer

Executive Director, TK-12

David Bensinger

Administrative Director, Instruction

Alexis Boyadjian

Administrative Director, iGranada

Gina Corpus

Interim Administrative Director, Counseling

Jana Davenport

Administrative Director, TK-8

Julian Gomez

Administrative Director, Student Services

Norman Holloway

Administrative Director, Operations

Julia Howelman

Administrative Director, Instruction

Joy Kasper

Administrative Director, Special Education

Victoria Marzouk

Assistant Administrative Director, TK-8

Charlie Seo

Administrative Director, Instruction

Tamar Stanton

Chief Financial Officer

Frank Tarczynski

Interim Administrative Director, Instruction

Robert Walker

Administrative Director, Instruction

Nicholas Weber

Administrative Director, Instruction

Lori Zaragoza

Administrative Director, Student Services

Governing Board & Committees

Maribel Campos

Parent

Supriya Chakravarty

At Large/Community Member

Lorene Dixon

At Large/Community Member

Jody Dunlap

At Large/Community Member

Christine Hutton

Retired Teacher

Joan Lewis

At-Large/Community Member

Richard Nolan

At Large/Community Member

Jim Salin

Chairman of the Board, At Large/Community Member

Calendar

Committees

Public Comment

Granada Hills Charter Leads: Named by the California Department of Education (CDE) as a California Distinguished School based on its outstanding student outcomes, Granada Hills Charter (GHC) is the largest public charter school in the nation and is located in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles County. As a fiscally independent conversion charter, the School has a current student enrollment of more than 5,800 in grades transitional kindergarten through 12. Both programs, TK-8 and 9-12, have a combined annual waitlist of 4,000+ hopeful students seeking the excellent and diverse curricular, extracurricular, and athletic opportunities of a vibrant comprehensive school. GHC's student population is one of the most diverse, with more than 40 languages other than English spoken at home and over 60 nationalities represented. Nearly 50% of students are eligible for the National School Breakfast and Lunch Program. As a 501c3 non-profit benefit corporation, the School's Governing Board is the legal entity overseeing all school policy and its $60 million operating budget. GHC is ranked "#1 Best Public Elementary School in California," "#1 Best Charter Middle School in California" and "#1 Best Charter High School in Los Angeles County" by Niche.com in the 2021 Best Schools rankings.