Originally from Crawford County, Dr. Taylor has been a Houston County educator for 20 years. During this time she has gained a reputation as a person who embodies Huntington's mission statement of being a life-long learner. Dr. Taylor prefers to lead by example and she truly wants everyone to know how important education is in our lives. To show this she has obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a Masters of Science in Middle Grades Education from Fort Valley State College. Her certifications are in Middle Grades education with a Science concentration. Additionally, Dr. Taylor obtained an Education Specialist degree in Administration from Georgia Southwestern College and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from The University of Georgia.
Dr. Taylor is extremely devoted to Huntington Middle School and its community. She started her professional career at Rumble as an 8th grade Science teacher. She is also very proud of the fact that she was Teacher of the Year for Rumble in 1989. Dr. Taylor also served as assistant principal at Tabor Middle School before returning to Rumble as their principal in 1998.
Dr. Taylor continues to grow and learn as she commits herself to the unique needs of middle school students. Her goal is to ensure that every stakeholder at Huntington has the resources they need to grow academically, socially, emotionally, and physically. She is excited about opening the new Huntington Middle School and is confident that we will continue in the tradition of excellence and success.