Hello, I am Mrs. Albright, the Agricultural Science Teacher for Willowridge High School. This year will be my fifth year teaching and my fourth year teaching agricultural sciences. In my free time, I enjoy going to the family farm outside of Brenham, playing with my four dogs and cat, reading, fishing, being outside, and gardening. I have been married to my husband since 2015 and am thrilled to be teaching at Willowridge. I received my Bachelors degree in Interdisciplinary Agriculture in 2013 with a double minor in Secondary Education and Equine Science. I am also certified to teach Life Science for grades 7-12, but Agriculture Education is the field in which my passion lies. Particularly within the Interdisciplinary Agricultural fields, or in Lehman's terms, General Ag, I particularly enjoy Equine (horses), Animal Science, Veterinary Medicine, and Horticulture. I am also currently seeking my Masters of Business Administration from Walden University.
As a high school student, I showed horses recreationally, was a member of FFA at Dulles High School (which makes me a product of Ms. Beard), swam for Dulles swim team, and participated in various journalism activities and publications. When I got to SHSU, I was a member of the Agricultural Ambassadors, a college recruiting team for high school students, Delta Tau Alpha, an Ag Honor Society, Block and Bridle, an Animal Science club, Horseman's Association, and Collegiate FFA. While competing for Collegiate FFA at the State FFA convention, I placed 3rd in the state for Extemporaneous Speaking and was on the 2nd place team in the state for Ag knowledge. As an adult, I have been a member of the Cutting Horse Committee for HLSR. I am completely committed to the students at Willowridge and am proud to be an Eagle. I look forward to this year with my students and FFA members!
Students interested in joining FFA should talk to one of the WHS FFA Officers or ask me about it after class. Invest in your future by getting involved with FFA--it will be the best decision you ever make!