Mr. Chris Myers, PrincipalWelcome students and families to NCHS. We could not be more excited about the 2017-2018 school year! We are confident the combination of rigor, relevance, and curricular alignment provided by our teachers will facilitate a great experience for all our students!
Mr. Myers graduated from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in 1997 with a B.A. in History and earned his Social Studies/Secondary Education certification from Millersville University in 1998. Mr. Myers entered the teaching profession in the fall of 1998 at Salisbury High School, where he taught and coached until 2013. In 2013, Mr. Myers earned his Master of School Administration from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Mr. Myers served as Assistant Principal of Instruction at Hickory Ridge High School from 2013 until the spring of 2016, when he left to become Principal of Northwest Cabarrus High School.
Mr. Myers and his wife Jill have one son, Kyler, who is four. In his free time, Mr. Myers enjoys travelling the world and doing his best to live what Theodore Roosevelt called the “Strenuous Life.” Of particular interest to Mr. Myers is his lifelong passion for tennis, the University of Tennessee, and wearing orange to represent both his alma matter and the Trojans!Mrs. Delan Broadway Peebles, Assistant Principal of Instruction
Student Last Names A-G
Mrs. Broadway Peebles assumes the role of assistant principal of instruction at Northwest Cabarrus High School. She serves as the supervisor of instruction, the PLC coordinator, representative for LEP students, the supervisor of the school improvement team and the administrator of student discipline (A-G).Prior to accepting the role as assistant principal in Cabarrus County Schools in the 2012 academic school year, Broadway served as a teacher for seven years in Union County Public Schools and Charlotte Mecklenburg Public Schools where she taught middle grade language arts and high school English. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Michigan State University and her Masters of School Administration degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Ms. Mandalinn Browning, Assistant PrincipalStudent Last Names H - N
Mrs. Browning is in her 4th year as a member of the Trojan family. She is originally from Ohio, graduating with her Bachelors in Integrated Social Studies education from Bowling Green State University. After graduating she relocated with her husband to Charlotte, where she began her educational career by teaching U.S. History and Civics and Economics at A.L. Brown High School for 6 years. In 2011, she transferred to Jay M. Robinson High School in Cabarrus County as a World History teacher. She currently holds a master's degree in school administration from Western Carolina University and is working on her doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction through Gardner-Webb University. Mrs. Browning’s responsibilities include facilities, custodial coordinator, MTSS, 504 Students, TIPS, new teachers and beginning teachers, athletic liaison, and student discipline with student’s last names H-N.
Greetings! I am very excited to join the NCHS team! I am a native of Cabarrus County who graduated from Mt. Pleasant High School in 1995. After high school, I attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where I received a BA in History in 1999. After graduation, I worked for four years as a Personal Banker at Centura Bank, now known as PNC Bank, before returning to UNC-CH to get a Master's in Secondary Social Studies Education. I spent a year as a full-time substitute teacher in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County public school system before finally finding a permanent position at Gray Stone Day School, which is located on the campus of Pfeiffer University in Stanly County. After ten years of teaching and coaching tennis at Gray Stone, I accepted a position at JN Fries Magnet School as a 7th/8th Grade Social Studies teacher in the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program. Since joining Cabarrus County Schools, I have completed the CCS Leadership Cohort IV and have received my second Master's in Educational Leadership as a member of the Leadership Academy at High Point University, which was funded by a special grant provided by the North Carolina General Assembly. I am happily married to my wife, Carolina, who is from Costa Rica, and we have two wonderful children, Gael, who is four, and Julieta, who is one year old. Obviously, I am a huge Tarheels fan, and I have been a lifelong Cubs fan as well. In my spare time I like to exercise, read, watch sports and go to minor league baseball games. I will be the administrator for students with the last name of O - Z, and my duties also include buses and textbooks. I look forward to working with all of you so that together we value, teach, and empower each student in a culture of educational excellence! Go Trojans!!!.