• Gary Coleman

    Gary Coleman, Principal


    Tracy Baines

    Tracy Baines, Assistant Principal


    Tracy Baines has been a resident of Crenshaw County for over twenty years. She was born and raised in Rome, Georgia. She attended West Rome High School and graduated in 1986. Mrs. Baines is a lifelong learner. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Business from Faulkner University, Master’s in Special Education with a focus on Emotional and Behavior Disorders from Armstrong University (now Georgia Southern University), Education Specialist’s Degree in Administration and Leadership in Secondary and Elementary from Auburn University and is currently working on her Doctorate in Administration and Leadership at Auburn University. Her educational career began 19 years ago in Liberty County at Snelson Golden Middle School in Hinesville, Georgia. She was the lead special education teacher there for 9 years. It was there that she was chosen by her peers to be Snelson Golden’s Teacher of the Year in 2006.

    In 2010, the Baines moved to Crenshaw County to be closer to family. She worked as a teacher at Beacon’s Children's Hospital for a short time. Later in 2010, Mrs. Baines began her career with Crenshaw County Schools at Luverne High School. In 2020, Mrs. Baines joined Highland Home School as the elementary assistant principal. It is here she has found her home, as a member of the Squadron Nation!


    Jonathan Jordan  

    Jonathan Jordan, Assistant Principal


    Jonathan Jordan has served Highland Home School as an Assistant Principal since the 2021-2022 school year.  Prior to administration, he was a classroom teacher from 2008-2021 – the first five as a 5th grade self-contained (all subjects) teacher at Troy Elementary School and, in 2013 a 6th grade math teacher at HHS for eight years.  While at Troy City Schools, he assisted with the softball, football, and baseball programs.  Upon coming to Highland Home, he was the head baseball coach for eight years and assisted with football for a number of those years.

    Coach Jordan obtained his Master’s in Instructional Leadership from the University of West Alabama in 2020 and his Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from Auburn University at Montgomery in 2008. His wife is Lindsay Jordan, with whom they have one son, Brody, HHS Class of 2031.