Chris Liebelt-Garcia
    Business Management and Administrative Services 1-2, 3-4
    Degree: Masters in Curriculum and Instruction
    Room 2201 


    Hello. I will be your instructor for this course, and I look forward to working with each and every one of you. My career has spanned over 20 years of teaching, both High School level and college level.  I teach Business Management and Administrative Services (BMAS). Over the past 25 years at Metro Tech High School I have taught BMAS and Administrative Services, been a computer lab technician in the Tech Center, and an instructional aide for the business department. Teaching Business (and computers) is my PASSION! I believe everyone needs this type of training to succeed on the job and in life. 

    In addition to teaching, I have also been an adivsor for Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) having both regional, state, and national winners. Within FBLA, I have held a State Officer, been on the Advisory Council, and planned various community service, competitions, field trips, and local activities.  At the college level I have taught BPC110 Computers in the classroom and online and have taught various other business classes such as Business English, Keyboarding, Office Ethics and Culture, etc. at Phoenix College.


    My education includes Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction and a BA fromArizona State University. I am involved in several different Business Teacher associations on the local level and have presented and served in differentcapacities on the local, regional, and national level of my professionalorganizations.


    On a personal note, I have been married for almost 25 years; I have two dogs, love totravel and love spending time with my family, considering I am 7th out of 8 children. I am here to help you succeed! Let me know when you have questions. The best way to be successful in this class is to come to school every day and complete your assignments on time and to participate.

    • Room: Building 2B Room # 2201
    • Office Hours:  before and after school and during Advisory Period
    • Textbook:  Business Management
    • Clubs sponsored:  Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)