Jan Moore's 37-year span in education includes teaching elementary grades 1-8,  Special Education, Technology, and Adult GED. Her commitment to learning and education began with her own. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree at Lee University in 1978, a Masters of Science degree at the University of Tennessee in 1989, an Education Specialist degree at Lincoln Memorial University in 1995, and a Doctorate of Education at East Tennessee State University in 2002. Her many honors include East Tennessee K-12 Administrator Educational Exchange Scholar, 3-time recipient for Teacher of the Year (building level), Japanese Fulbright Scholar, and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. Dr. Moore is presently serving as an adjunct faculty member for Johnson University where she also serves on the Education Advisory Board.


 Vice Principal Mitchell began her journey into higher education with her Bachelor's of Science degree at Maryville College in 2003. She went on to obtain her Masters of Science degree from the University of Tennessee in 2005 and the Education Specialist degree from Lincoln Memorial University in 2007 before earning her Doctorate of Education in 2011 from East Tennessee State University. 
 Dr. Mitchell's 14-year teacher's experience includes Special Education K-12, Gifted K-12, and Adult Education (GED). She is a member of the adjunct faculty at Tusculum College and East Tennessee State University. Dr. Mitchell also serves on the Board of Directors for the Chapman Rec Center as well as the Almost Home Animal Rescue Center.