11th Grade Principal Alison Butler

Terri Rogers begins the 2017 school year as the 11th grade Principal.  She holds a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Shenandoah University in Virginia and a bachelor’s degree in Education from Longwood University in Virginia.

Mrs. Rogers has worked in education since 2001.  She taught in Virginia for 9 years, her career beginning as a middle school Physical Education and Health teacher.  She went on to teach Physical Education and Health, Driver’s Education, Leadership, and First Aid and CPR at the high school level, wrapping up her Virginia teaching experience.

She continued her career in Little Rock, Arkansas, where she worked 4 years as the Coordinator of Equity Initiatives, for Pulaski County Special School District.   She then served as a middle school and a high school assistant principal, prior to moving to Texas.  For the 2016 school year, she worked as the 10th grade principal at Northbrook High.

Competition has always been a big part of Mrs. Rogers’ life.  As a student athlete, she amassed many high school records and awards in Basketball, Softball, Volleyball, and Track and Field.  She played collegiate basketball for Longwood University as a scholarship athlete.  Following college, she transferred her love of athletics to coaching. She has been a coach for Virginia Tech basketball camp, AAU basketball, and was a Student Assistant Coach for Longwood University.  During her working career in Virginia, she was a head coach for girl’s basketball, girl’s track and field, and boy’s basketball.

Mrs. Rogers enjoys spending time with her family.  Fitness continues to be a passion, but these days her time is spent on weight training and lifting.