Mr. Warren Holmon
I began teaching in 2003 at Murrah High School in Jackson Public Schools of Jackson, Mississippi. While at Murrah I taught General Music, Choir. In the General Music class, the focus was concentrated on teaching basic piano skills and appreciation for the Musical Arts. Additionally, I became one of the Assistant Band Directors of the Murrah High School Marching Band!
In the fall of 2008, I transitioned to Forest Hill High School became the Head Choir Director. I taught the Advanced Madrigal Ensemble Class, the Beginner Choir, and Advance Forest Hill Singers. While at Forest Hill, the various choirs recieved Superior Ratings in multiple Choral Competitions and were invited to sing for the Mayors Office and various other Special Political Programs and Ceremonies.
In the Summer of 2014, I accepted a Position at Jackson State University teaching in the W.E.B. Dubois Honors College under Dean Dr. Loria Brown-Gordon. I taught at Jackson State University in that capacity for two years.
In the Fall of 2016, I became the Choral Director at Willowridge High School and am currently serving in that position.
B.S. Music Education (Florida A & M University)
M.M.E. Master of Music Education (Jackson State University)