Meet Mrs. Lee!
Mrs. Lee was born and raised in Florida and grew up on her grandparent’s goat & cow farm. She is the oldest of three siblings; her younger brother works for SpaceX and her younger sister is a nurse. Her parents both live in Florida now, her mom in Alachua on the farm and her dad in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Lee received her A.A. in Elementary Education from Santa Fe College, then moved to Georgia to attain her B.S. in Middle Grades Education with a concentration in Social Studies and English Language Arts & Reading from Kennesaw State University. While attending university, Mrs. Lee travelled to Kampala, Uganda to teach 4th grade Social Studies at the International School of Uganda. It was during this experience that Mrs. Lee fell in love with the International Baccalaureate education programs. Since then, she has made it her mission to work in IB schools here in GA. After teaching in Cobb County for a few years at the International Academy of Smyrna, Mrs. Lee went back to school to receive her M.Ed. in Social Studies Education from Georgia State University. After receiving her degree, Mrs. Lee began working in Fulton County, teaching IB History at Westlake High School. While there, Mrs. Lee went back to KSU to earn her Specialist degree in Social Studies Education. After a few years, Mrs. Lee moved to Centennial High School to become CHS’s IB Coordinator. She is very excited and proud to be a Knight and absolutely loves working in such a dynamic and diverse setting.
Mrs. Lee lives in Marietta, GA with her husband and daughter. They love to travel around the U.S. and abroad, hike the local trails, and read books. Mrs. Lee believes that all students can be successful, especially when they have the support they need and are given opportunities to showcase their unique talents.