Degrees and Certifications:
Christopher Lewis began his educational career in Madison City Schools as a 7th and 8th grade collaborative teacher at Discovery Middle School. Mr. Lewis spent the next 5 years as a collaborative teacher 9th-12th grade at Bob Jones High School. He then spent two years as a high school collaborative teacher in Huntsville City Schools. Currently, Mr. Lewis is currently serving as the Vice-Principal of R. A. Hubbard High School, in the Lawrence County Schools System.
His educational experiences have afforded him the opportunity to collaborate with a diverse group of people to meet the common goal of increasing student achievement and well-being. His educational philosophy is based on his uncompromising belief that all students can learn, given a positive learning environment, strong and knowledgeable leadership, a committed and focused educational team, and an encouraging and supportive community. All of which the Lawrence County School System possesses.
Mr. Lewis, received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Faulkner University in 2007. He returned to Florida Institute of Technology where he earned his Master’s Degree in Management with a concentration in Logistics in 2010. Mr. Lewis, continued his educational journey at Grand Canyon University, and obtained a Master’s Degree in Special Education, Cross Categorical K-12 in 2014. After several years of teaching, he pursued his Administrative Certification from Auburn University Montgomery, which he obtained in 2020.