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Principal Christopher Jacobs

Interim Principal Christopher Jacobs

Christopher Jacobs came to the education field as a career changer with more than fifteen years of business management and customer service experience. Mr. Jacobs started his career in education as an elementary Exceptional Education teacher at Broad Rock Elementary from 2010 – 2014. Mr. Jacobs joined the Albert Hill team for the 2014 – 2015 as an Exceptional Education math teacher. At Albert Hill, he was selected as the Albert Hill “Teacher of the Year” in 2016, served on the Leadership Committee, the Discipline Committee, coached the AHMS flag football team, volunteered and coached a flag football team in the Police Athletic League (PAL) , and worked as the Dean of Students for 6th graders during the 2016 – 2017 school year. Mr. Jacobs is a student-athlete graduate of James Madison University, and earned a Master Ed. In Leadership and Supervision from Averett University in December, 2017.


Dr. Chantea Wright

Assistant Principal Dr. Chantea Wright

Dr. Chantea R. Wright is a passionate educational leader. She has
been committed to students in the Richmond area for over a decade. She is passionate about partnering with families and supporting students to be their best selves.

Prior to joining the Wolf Pack, Dr. Wright served as an Innovation
Manager, developing programs and experiences that ignite students’ passion for learning. Dr. Wright has been a social studies instructor and coached teachers on integrating technology in previous roles.

She received her undergraduate degree from Virginia Union University in history/political science and community-based education. She has a master's degree in curriculum and instruction from the University of Richmond and an administration and supervision post-graduate certification from Virginia Commonwealth University. She earned her Doctorate in educational leadership and policy studies from Virginia Tech. Dr. Wright believes that from the first day of kindergarten, children are told that education is the key to success. Therefore, teachers, counselors, and principals are the doorkeepers to every child’s success. It is the duty of instructional leaders to ensure that all students are provided with a high-quality teaching and learning experience that will provide them with an equal opportunity to succeed in life.


Assistant Principal Adam Scott

Mr. Scott possesses a strong belief that schools are to be safe, welcoming spaces where ALL scholars can reach their full potential. After graduating from Western Maryland College with a bachelor’s degree in History and Political Science, Mr. Scott worked on progressive political campaigns across the country for seven years as a Field Director and Campaign Manager. Mr. Scott started his career in public education during the 2013-2014 school year as a special education teacher at Henderson Middle School in Richmond’s Northside. While at Henderson, Mr. Scott also served as a Richmond Teacher Residency Coach and trained and mentored new special education teachers entering the profession. Before joining the Albert Hill Middle School learning community, Mr. Scott was the Instructional Compliance Coordinator at Lucille Brown Middle School for three years. He earned his Masters in Special Education and Post Masters Certificate in Administration and Supervision from Virginia Commonwealth University.

 Mr. Scott was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, and is a committed New England Patriots and Boston Celtics fan. He was a two-sport athlete in college (basketball and tennis) and now enjoys participating in triathlon and mountain biking races. When he is not swimming or biking, Mr. Scott is likely to be found tending his flower and vegetable garden or sampling Richmond area restaurants with his loving wife, Mary.