Our staff is made up of juniors and seniors at the Los Angeles High School of the Arts. We are students in the advanced placement English class. Aside from this podcast we work hard to prepare for the Advanced Placement tests that happen in May.
Guadalupe is a junior at LAHSA. She tries really hard to get by with all the classes she has even though they are destroying her mind. She loves food, her family, cats, and anything that’s artsy and interesting.
When Anabell is not busy editing her podcast segment, she is busy eating while watching TV.
Franky Morales is an aspiring photographer who loves to play soccer and have deep conversations with his friends. He hopes to attend Stanford University in the fall of 2017.
Previous Roles: Creative Director
Elizabeth has held the roles of production manager and marketing director where she used to specialize in promoting the podcast through social media. She is now one of the producers for The Four-O-Eight podcast. This is her first time working on something like this with a team.
Tabina is a senior at Los Angeles High School of the Arts. Other than being apart of The Four-O-Eight, she loves going to the YMCA to work out. After high school, she will go off to a liberal arts private school somewhere outside of California.
Brec is currently a junior at LAHSA. He tries every day to get through the stress produced from the difficult classes he, for some reason, willingly chose to take. He enjoys eating and spending time on the internet, playing video games, and listening to music. He also loves cats.
Keiry Molina is currently a senior at LAHSA. Although being the producer is a rigorous job she enjoys the challenge. She also loves her dogs, poetry and puns. She knows you will enjoy the stories we tell in The Four-O-Eight.
Annicka is currently a senior at LAHSA. She is slowly dying due to poor life choices like taking difficult classes. She enjoys long walks on the beach, singing out of tune, challenging drivers who honk at her when she crosses the street. She loves to doodle & sell cookies for college money.
Andrés Reconco is the AP English teacher at LAHSA. He sees The Four-O-Eight as a creative outlet for his students as well as a good lesson in the art of responsible journalism and creative story telling.