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Dr. Jonathan Campbell was born in Duncanville, Texas and shortly thereafter moved to Whitehouse as a young child. He attended what is now Cain Elementary from kindergarten through 3rd grade, and then moved to Alto, Texas. That is Campbell pictured on the bottom right from Mrs. Tomlin's first grade class at Whitehouse Elementary. After graduating from Alto High School, he went on to Stephen F. Austin State University and earned a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration. Upon graduating, he worked for Westbrook Manufacturing in Houston, Texas as a Quality Control and OSHA Manager for 7 years.

While at Westbrook Mfg. the Junior Achievement Program recruited Dr. Campbell, where he taught, once a week for six weeks a sociology class to 5th graders in Galina Park ISD. He enjoyed the experience so much that he attained his alternative teaching certification in business and technology.

Dr. Campbell taught business and technology classes for 5 years at Crosby High School and 1 year at Atascocita High School. While teaching he earned his Masters in Educational Leadership from Stephen F. Austin State University. After completing the degree and attaining a principal certification from the great state of Texas, Atascocita High School hired him as an Assistant Principal. He then spent 6 years at Atascocita High School and one semester at Kingwood High School before accepting the Principal position here at Whitehouse High School. He earned his Doctorate with the University of Houston in Executive Educational Leadership. Dr. Campbell is the first in his family to attend and graduate from college.

Dr. Campbell is married to Susanna Campbell who also works for Whitehouse ISD as the Director of Instructional Programs. They have two children, Elizabeth, an 11th grader at Whitehouse High School and Samantha, a 7th grader at Whitehouse Junior High School.

Dr. Campbell believes in an open-door policy at the high school and invites parents, students, and concerned community members to come visit with him anytime.