Jasen Campbell joined Wilmer-Hutchins High School in 2017, following five years as the Assistant Principal of Thomas Jefferson High School and Marsh Middle School in the Dallas Independent School District. Through his teaching career, he has served at D.A. Hulcy Middle School, Carter High School, and Marsh Middle School. He has served each school through various roles ranging from Social Studies teacher, Coach (Football, basketball, soccer, track), In School Suspension, CILT, Crisis Team, and Culture Committee.
Mr. Campbell grew up in Dallas, Texas, and attended school in the Dallas Independent School District, graduating from J.F. Kimball High School in 1996. He received his undergraduate degree from Huston-Tillotson University. He later earned his master’s degree in Educational Administration from Prairie View A&M University in 2013.
Mr. Campbell’s goal is to close the achievement gap by closing the opportunity gap. Wilmer- Hutchins’ focus is to provide each student the opportunity to become college and career ready through its collegiate academy and three NAF academies. Mr. Campbell focuses on connecting rigorous instruction to student passions and interest.