Administration

Principal

  • Mr. Bradyn Robinson

    brobinson@chatham.k12.nc.us

    Robinson

    Hello Wildcats! 

    I'm so excited to be in my seventh year of being a Wildcat at George Moses Horton Middle School here in Chatham County. 

    I received my undergraduate degree in Education from the University of Toledo in Ohio. I then got my Master's in School Administration from North Carolina A&T. Before becoming an administrator, I taught middle school science and social studies. I also coached baseball and basketball. Currently, I am continuing my education at Highpoint University. 

    At GMH I really enjoy the people in our community. I love the staff we have, the students, and the surrounding community. 

    When I'm not at GMH, I am spending time with my wife and son. I like to play golf, hike, and travel. I love to spend time outside. At school, I even like to help out outside when my schedule allows! 

     

    #thewildcatway 

     

  • Ms. Brooke Harris

    Assistant Principal

    bgharris@chatham.k12.nc.us

    Image of Ms. Brooke Harris, AP at GMH

    Hello Wildcats! 

    I'm super excited to be in my eleventh year as an educator and my fourth year in Administration. I look forward to serving as the Assistant Principal at George Moses Horton Middle School as I transition from Chatham Grove Elementary, another wonderful school here in Chatham County. 

    I received my undergraduate degree in Elementary Education K-5 and History from Fayetteville State University. I then got my Masters in Reading K-12 from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro as well as my School Administration degree from the  University of North Carolina Wilmington. Before becoming an administrator, I taught Elementary School grades 2nd-5th and 6th grade math and spent three years as a Reading Specialist in Spotsylvania Virginia. 

    I am thrilled to bring my experience to learn and grow with the GMH community. I enjoy watching sports, mentoring young adults, and shopping.  I am here to build positive relationships and serve our community, staff, and students.