Mr. Ochoa is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago. He holds a Type 29 Bilingual Educator certification with an endorsement in Spanish. He organizes the school’s Day of the Dead display, the Our Lady of Guadalupe altar & student skit, and several other student life activities. In addition to teaching Spanish, Mr. Ochoa manages the Technology Learning Center. During technology class, students are introduced to computer basics and technology fundamentals.
Mr. Ochoa was the marketing & development coordinator, and the technology director at a previous diocesan school. At St. Cletus, he has stepped into the role of videographer for many school events and activities. Many of the videos can be found on the school’s YouTube playlist.
Mr. Ochoa is a certified catechist, lector and Eucharistic minister. He has completed the Genealogy Essentials certification program with a focus on Hispanic genealogy, and is a member of the Phi Alpha Theta National Honor Society in History.