Ms. Sandera Magee

Phone: (469) 272-2000, Ext. 7359


Degrees and Certifications:

DALLAS BAPTIST UNIVERSITY (Dallas, TX) Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education Texas Teacher Certification (Lifetime) - Specialization in English and Speech Communication SOUTHWESTERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY (Ft. Worth, TX) Master of Arts in Christian School Education Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) - Principal Certification - Secondary Teacher Certification (English and Speech Communication)

Ms. Sandera Magee

If I can stop one heart from breaking

I shall not live in vain.

If I can ease one life the aching

Or cool one pain or help one

Fainting robin unto his nest again

I shall not live in vain.

-Emily Dickinson

Hello Longhorns!  

Year 1 was AWESOME. Year 2 was PRICELESS.  Year 3, I know, will be OFF-THE-CHAIN!!!!  I bring to the district 34 years of serving students inside and outside the classroom.  I strongly believe that teaching is one professioon that has the power to either build or to destroy an individual. My main mission is to prepare them for life after graduation. As a LIFE-LONG educator, it is my responsibility to show my students the road that leads to opportunities, to equip then with tools needed for the journey, and to build them up as they begin their pursuit in discovering their purpose in life.

My experience spans from teaching General English, to Honors English, to Advanced Placement English (Language and Literature), to serving as the Administrator of Testing and Director/Instructor of the Writing Program at Texas College.  For four years, I served as a College Board National Reader for the AP Language Exam.  Instead of retiring, I followed my heart back to my first love - the HIGH SCHOOL.  This year, I have been given the awesome assignment of teaching AP Literature and Composition and English IV. Also I will serve again this year as the campus Head Huddle Coach of our Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). ONCE THE MIND IS TRANSFORMED, THE BODY WILL FOLLOW!!!  Come join us on Friday mornings at 7:30am in Hawkins Hall.


"It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men."

- Frederick Douglass