My name is Trevor Roberson and I am the principal of Warren County High School in Warrenton, Georgia. I was born and reared in Thomson, Georgia, which is only eleven miles miles away from Warrenton. My mother was a middle school principal, which makes me a second generation school administrator and a fourth generation teacher. I graduated from Thomson High School in 1988, and after a year at Morehouse College, enrolled at Fort Valley State University, which is where my maternal grandmother earned her teaching degree. I graduated from Fort Valley State with a Bachelor’s Degree in English in 1993, and began my teaching career at Baldwin High School in Milledgeville, Georgia as an English teacher. While in Milledgeville, I earned a Master’s Degree in English Education from Georgia College and State University. In 1999, I returned to my alma mater, Thomson High School, to teach English and Drama. During my ten years at Thomson High School, I earned my Gifted Education certification through C.S.R.A. RESA, and my leadership certification through Augusta State University. In 2009, I was hired as an assistant principal at Thomson-McDuffie Junior High School, which became Thomson-McDuffie Middle School during the 2010-2011 school year. In January of 2013, I came on board as the principal of Warren County High School. I am grateful for the opportunity and privilege to serve the children of Warren County. Go Devils!