Stacey Wickware
Dozier-Libbey Medical High School
United States
(925) 779-7540 ext. 26012

At Dozier Libbey Medical High School, Mrs. Wickware currently teaches AP United States History and Medical Ethics, the program's capstone course housing the senior research project. She received her Bachelors Degree in History with Honors from Mills College in Oakland where she also earned the Reynold M. Wik award for the most outstanding student in History.  Mrs. Wickware received her teaching credentials from Chapman University and holds a single subject credential in Social Science and English. She has recently been awarded the Margot Stern Strom Teaching Award for 2011/12, the 2012/13 AUSD Teacher of the Year and Mary Allen Fellows Teaching Award.  Currently, Mrs. Wickware is working on special assignment with Facing History and Ourselves to strengthen best practices and teaching strategies surrounding the issues of race and membership in society and the teaching of genocide in secondary grade levels in the district.

Dozier-Libbey Medical High School is a pathway school for Antioch Unified School District that opened in August 2008, and will eventually serve 600 students in grades 9 through 12. We began with a freshmen class and will add another grade level each subsequent year. Our four-year program uniquely prepares students for all areas of health related careers and has a strong emphasis on math and science. Students are required to take a minimum of four math and four science courses as well as a minimum of two years of foreign language.   


All students who successfully complete the program meet or exceed the University of California A-G requirements. The health science theme is integrated throughout all curricular areas with heavy emphasis on integrated project based units for every grade level. In addition to the A-G requirements, the students take a medical terminology course their freshmen year which is articulated with Los Medanos Community College.  Students who pass the course with a B or better receive three college credits.  Students also take a health science course each year with subject matter that is specific to the health related industries such as medical career exploration, gloabal medicine, ethical and legal practices, and employability skills.

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Tuesday 24 July 2012: 4:10pm - 5:40pm