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Administration

Mr. Craig Baker, Principal
Principal
 
As a member of the GTHS Administration team, I am a true believer in WARRIOR P.R.I.D.E. (Personal Responsibility In Delivering Excellence).   EVERY STUDENT, EVERY TEACHER, EVERY DAY!   It is the WARRIOR WAY!  I am committed to the success of our students in the classroom and on the fields as I work collaboratively with the Warrior Team: students, parents, teachers, Board of Education, and the entire Grovetown community.  Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.
 

GO WARRIORS!

Assistant Principal
 
 

Nichole Lewis earned her Bachelor’s degree from University of South Carolina in 2007 (Go Gamecocks!). She graduated from Augusta State University in 2009 with a Master’s in Teaching, and in 2011 with a Specialist in Educational Leadership . This is her eleventh year serving students in Columbia County, but her thirteenth year in education. She began her career working with students with disabilities and has also served as a Math Teacher and Graduation Coach. She is passionate about helping students achieve academic success and seeing them fulfill their potential as contributing citizens. The thing Mrs. Lewis loves most about being at Grovetown High is that she is investing in the community where she lives. Warriors Lead the Way!

Assistant Principal
 

Mrs. Keona Sanders graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Education from The University of South Carolina Aiken in 2002 and a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Stephen F. Austin University in 2007 in Nacogdoches, TX. This will be her first year as a GTHS Warrior but her 19th year in education. She began teaching in Columbia, SC, and then moved to Houston, TX where she taught grades 8-12 and coached cheerleading and step teams. In 2016, she moved to Oklahoma City and became the Secondary Language Arts Coordinator for the school district. After deciding to move back to the CSRA in 2019, Mrs. Sanders taught in Columbia County for two years before entering leadership here at Grovetown High School. She is excited to be a part of the Warrior family. Warriors Lead the Way!

Assistant Principal
 
Dr. Stoming is in her 17th year in administration in Columbia County School District but her first as part of the Warrior team. She taught Chemistry along with other science courses for 12 years before moving into administration. Dr. Stoming earned a BS in Biology and a Master’s Degree in Education from Augusta University. She then attended Georgia College and State University where she earned an Educational Specialist Degree. In 2010, she earned her Doctoral Degree from Georgia Southern University. Dr. Stoming looks forward to serving the Grovetown community, students, and staff and helping to continue the tradition of Warriors leading the way!
Mr. Andrew Young, Assistant Principal
Assistant Principal
 

Mr. Young is in his 8th year in administration.  He received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance from Augusta State University.  He received his M.Ed and Ed.S in Educational Leadership from Cambridge College.  He has 12 years of passionate teaching experience in the area of high school mathematics.  His teaching experience ranges from teaching support math up through AP Calculus.  Mr. Young has a passion for developing students to become life-long learners.  This is Mr. Young’s 3rd year at Grovetown High School, and he is very excited about working with the students, parents, and community of Grovetown!

Mr. Zachary Watson
Assistant Principal

Mr. Watson graduated from Georgia Southern University in 2014 with a Bachelor's in History, minors in Political Science and Sociology. He then attended the University of Georgia where he obtained his Masters in Secondary Social Studies Education and then Augusta University where he obtained his Specialist in Educational Leadership. Mr. Watson is a first-year administrator at Grovetown High School but is no stranger to the Warrior Nation as he served as the AP Government and Politics teacher, PBIS Coach, and Business Athletic Director at Grovetown High School before moving into his new role. Mr. Watson hopes to inspire and drive students to be the best versions of themselves each and every day and is excited to work with the best students, teachers, and staff in the Columbia County School District. Warriors Lead the Way!