About Dr. Johnson...
Jeremy Johnson was born on May 15, 1976 in Spartanburg, SC. The son of a Baptist minister, he moved to Mill Spring, NC with his family in December of 1986 and has resided in North Carolina ever since. He attended Polk County High School in Columbus, NC and graduated in 1994. While in high school, Mr. Johnson was very active in his school’s chapter of the Future Farmers of America. He served as chapter president, regional president, and went on to serve as State Vice President for the NC FFA Association in 1995-96. He enrolled at North Carolina State University as a NC Teaching Fellow and graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1998. Later that year, he began teaching agriculture at Southern Guilford High School, where he also served as FFA Advisor. In 2002, he achieved National Board Certification.
Dr. Johnson moved to New Bern, NC in the summer of 2006 and began teaching agriculture at Pamlico County High School (PCHS). While working at PCHS, Dr. Johnson served as FFA Advisor, CTE Department Chair, and enrolled in the Master of School Administration program at East Carolina University. He graduated from ECU in 2010. In 2011, Dr. Johnson was selected as Teacher of the Year for Pamlico County Schools and was a Regional Finalist in the NC Teacher of the Year Program.
After teaching high school agriculture for thirteen years, in the fall of 2011 Dr. Johnson began his administrative career at Pamlico County Middle School as assistant principal. He served in this capacity for three years. In 2014, he was appointed principal of Fred A. Anderson Elementary School, where he served for one year. Following realignment in the school district, Dr. Johnson was moved back to Pamlico County Middle School where he currently serves as principal. He earned his Doctorate in Educational Leadership from East Carolina University in 2018.
Dr. Johnson lives in Pamlico County with his wife Ashley and sons, Noah and Wyatt. He is a member of Reelsboro United Methodist Church where he teaches Sunday School. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and NC State Wolfpack athletics.