Mr. Steve Cottingham earned his Bachelor's in Agricultural Education from Mississippi State. He has been teaching for 13 years. He says that he his passion is agriculture and he is glad that he has the opportunity to share that with his students.
Mrs. Johnson began working as the Bibb County Career Academy Commerce and Information Technology instructor in 2007. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Montevallo and has extensive industry experience in business and marketing. Mrs. Johnson is certified as a Microsoft Office Specialist. She enjoys spending time with her family and graphic design.
Mrs. Horton attended Shelton State Community College and Athens State University. She was a Cosmetology Instructor at Shelton State for 16 years and owned her own business. She has taught Cosmetology at BCCA for the last 7 years of her 28 year Cosmetology career.
Ms. Greathouse has been the Career Coach since 2016. She earned her Bachelor' s degree from the University of Alabama and is certified by the National Career Development Association. She enjoys reading, writing, and traveling.
Mrs. Watkins began working as a substitute before she was hired as a secretary for Brent Elementary in 1999. She was bookkeeper at Brent and Centreville before coming to the Bibb County Career Academy in 2013.
Mrs. Daniel has over 14 years experience in education. She has taught Mathematics at the secondary school level and was the school counselor at Bibb County High School. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education at the University of Alabama and a Master’s degree in School Counseling at the University of West Alabama.
Mrs. Terry is a Registered Nurse and has been the Health Science Instructor for 5 years. She has been employed with the Bibb County School System since 1999. Her hobbies include photography and hiking.
Mr. Holder has been teaching at the Bibb County Career Academy for 27 years. He says that he enjoys teaching because he wants to pass on what he has learned from his father. When he is not teaching he enjoys working on his farm.
Mr. Williams began working at Bibb County Career Academy in 2012, and taught elementary education prior to welding. He earned his Bachelors' degree from Stillman College in elementary education, and had 18 years work experience with Burkes Mechanical.