Mrs. Kimberly Drown

Phone: 919-934-7333 ext. 5948

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Degrees and Certifications:

University of North Carolina at Asheville BA: History BA: Political Science and International Studies Master Liberal Arts

Mrs. Kimberly Drown

 

I am excited to begin my 21st year of teaching during the 2019-2020 school year. I am a native of Asheville, N.C. and made Johnston County and West Johnston High School my home in 2007.   I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Asheville in 1996 with a Bachelor of Arts in History,  Political Science and International Studies. While working for a multinational corporation, I discovered my love of working with young adults by training them in a workforce readiness program. After receiving Social Studies Education Certification 1999, I began my teaching career at Brevard High School in beautiful Transylvania County, N.C.  In 2008, I completed a Master in Liberal Arts with a concentration in curriculum design. I enjoy spending time with my family in the outdoors. A few of my favorite activities are gardening, hiking, kayaking, biking and swimming. I look forward to working with each WILDCAT and their families during this school year.  *Supplies under course tab.

  •  Fall 2019

    1st: Honors Civics and Economics

    2nd: Planning

    3rd: Honors Civics and Economics 

    4th: Honors Civics and Economics 

     

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