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Jacqueline Wilson

Mrs. Wilson was born and raised in Plano, TX. She graduated with her bachelors in Zoology – Biomedical Sciences from the University of Oklahoma in 2005. After spending 8 years in the business world in Operations & Finance, she began her education career at Wylie ISD in 2013 and served as a Biology teacher and Varsity Cheer Coach. During her tenure in Wylie ISD, she was voted Teacher of the Year by the senior class in 2014, a top 5 finalist of Teacher of the Year in 2015, and voted Teacher of the Year by the freshmen class in 2016.

In 2016 she accepted a position to open a new high school campus in Frisco ISD. While in Frisco ISD she served in many capacities as a PreAP Biology teacher, AP Environmental Science teacher and in her final year as the AP Instructional Coach and Admin Intern. She was also named Teacher of the Year for Character. In 2019 Mrs. Wilson earned her Masters in Education from Lamar University.

During the summer of 2020 Mrs. Wilson and her family relocated to The Woodlands and she began the school year as a PreAP Biology and AP Biology teacher at Tomball Memorial High School. In the fall of 2020, Mrs. Wilson transitioned into her role as Assistant Principal at The Woodlands High School.

Mrs. Wilson and her husband are committed members of the education community and have two children, Brady and Minley.