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    It was with great joy that I became the principal of Central High School.  It is indeed a worthy challenge I face to be part of the team to help Central regain its rightful place as one of the top schools in the state of Georgia.  I am a native of Camilla, GA, where I attended and graduated from Mitchell-Baker High School.  I received a B.S. degree in Political Science with Teacher Certification from Florida A & M University, a M.Ed. and Ed.S. in Educational Administration and Supervision from Albany State University, and I am presently working on my Ed. D. at Georgia Southern University.   After graduating From FAMU, I began my career in education as a Prevention Specialist at Fairview Middle School in Tallahassee, FL.  I eventually went back to my hometown where I served as a social studies teacher at Mitchell-Baker High, and eventually as the Director of the Catch The Vision Alternative Program.  I also served as the Head JV Boys Basketball Coach and Assistant Varsity Coach on several championship winning teams at my alma mater.
     
    I moved to Macon in 1998 to serve as the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Southwest High School.  I also taught a variety of social studies courses at Southwest.  During my time at Southwest I was selected to participate in the Bibb County Leadership Institute.
     

    After leaving Southwest in 2004, I taught Georgia Studies at Howard Middle School for one year, and then served as Assistant Principal at Howard Middle for two years.  In 2007, I was appointed as the principal at Burke Elementary School.  After Burke’s closing in 2009, I was tasked to serve as principal at Union Elementary School, where I served for 5 years, before being tapped to become the Lead Charger. 

    I am the proud father of 3 (Megan, Raynisha, and Trey), and the humble husband of Zandreal (20 years and counting).  My desire is that every child I come into contact is afforded the same opportunities to succeed that my children had, therefore every action I take is dedicated to that goal.

     Mr. Frazier
     
     

     “Not failure, but low aim is sin.”  Dr. Benjamin E. Mays