Paul Schreel » Graphic Design and Yearbook

Graphic Design and Yearbook

Welcome to my homepage.  This is my 13th year teaching at Combs High School.  I am a proud member of the inaugural high school staff here at CHS.  In addition to teaching Graphic Design and Yearbook (with Mr. Taylor), I coach girls basketball, boys volleyball and serve as the varsity offensive coordinator for our football program.  Additionally I serve as an advisor for our SkillsUSA chapter for Graphic Design. 
 
I graduated from Ohio Northern University in 2003 with my B.F.A. in Fine Arts/Graphic Design and a minor in Business Administration.   I completed the Teacher In Residence program at Rio Salado College in 2010.  I am a native of Ohio but have lived in Tennessee and Connecticut prior to arriving in Arizona in 2006.  Coaching is ultimately what led me down the path of teaching after I had a positive experience coaching freshmen football at Tempe High School in 2007.  I love sharing my knowledge both as a content expert in graphic design and as a coach of multiple sports.  
 
My students succeed by actively participating in a project-based learning environment as they learn practical skills in graphic design.  In addition to learning the principles of graphic design, students are afforded the opportunity to learn the Adobe software suite.  
 
Mr. Schreel's Schedule:
 
First Period - Graphic Design II/III
Second Period - Graphic Design II/III
Third Period - Graphic Design I
Fourth Period - Yearbook
Fifth Period - Graphic Design I
Sixth Period - Prep
 
*C Lunch Daily
 
 
 
 
 
 
If you are looking for grading updates please log in to Synergy
 
I also communicate and share most of our project files on Google Classroom.
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