Degrees and Certifications:
Ms. Kristin Anderson
Ms. Kristin Anderson teaches World History, Careers, Health, and Leadership at Maple High School. She also directs the schools award winning Leadership class that was recognized by CCEA as an exemplary program. Ms. Anderson supervises the Leadership class that runs the school Best program for the Maple. In this class students put on the awards assemblies after each session to celebrate the students that their accomplishments.
Ms. Anderson earned her Bachelor of Science from Cal Poly in Social Science in 1998. She then taught two years before she earned her teaching credential from Chapman University. Ms. Anderson found her home at Maple in 2000. After a few years she earned her Master’s Degree in Education from Brandman University in Curriculum and Instruction. Ms. Anderson was a Met Life Fellow for the County Office of Education for Santa Barbara County. She has earned multiple grants from the County in curriculum design for her Careers class.
Ms. Anderson has also taught for Allan Hancock and currently teaches in the Teacher Credential program for Brandman University. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband and two kids, and watching them on the basketball court, baseball field, or in a robotics match. She loves being at Maple and watching her students grow into thinking contributing members in our society.