Ms. Tanisha Lee is the proud principal of James Madison High School. She was born into a family of educators in Fort Worth, Texas. Ms. Lee earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology degree from Prairie View A&M University and a Master of Arts in Educational Technology degree from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. She has also earned educator credentialing from the University of St. Thomas and Texas Wesleyan University with a focus on Educational Leadership.
Ms. Lee began her educational career in the Houston Independent School District serving Kashmere High School as a Biology I/II Teacher and Technology Specialist. She transitioned to Fort Worth Independent School district and served as a Middle School Science Teacher for over eight years. Ms. Lee also supported the district as a Secondary Instructional Specialist prior to accepting an Assistant Principalship at the DAEP campus. After serving FWISD as a campus leader for over 5 years, Ms. Lee returned to Houston Independent School District to continue her leadership role as a Dean of Students, Assistant Principal, and Associate Principal at Meyerland Middle School for the Performing and Visual Arts formerly Johnston Middle School.
Most recently, Ms. Lee served Spring Independent School District as an Associate Principal at Carl Wunsche High School and Spring Early College Academy where her visionary leadership led the campus in being named to the U.S News and World Report’s Top 100 Schools along with the campus earning an “A Rating” under the Texas Education Agency’s Accountability System. Ms. Lee is diligent in making decisions in the best interest of students as she strives for excellence in everything and everyone that supports the academic growth of ALL scholars. As the principal of James Madison High School, Ms. Lee vows to cultivate a positive culture that increases student achievement levels by incorporating efficient systems and effective instructional supports that are grounded in strong relationships.
Ms. Lee encourages every stakeholder to support the campus through volunteer opportunities, participation in the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), and providing feedback that support the campus in moving toward GREATNESS!
Dear Madison HS Parents,
As many of you know since January 2022 Kasey Bailey has served as Interim Principal of Madison High School since the departure of Principal Carlotta Brown. After several years of serving the children and families of Houston ISD, Carlotta Brown can be proud of her many accomplishments and for the various successes Madison High School experienced under her leadership.
The task of identifying candidates and selecting a new principal is quickly underway. We will meet with the faculty to take their input regarding this very important decision. In addition, we will meet with parents so that you are afforded the opportunity to have a voice in the process.
You are invited to join us Tuesday April 19, 2022, 6:00 p.m. in the Madison HS auditorium. Spanish interpreter will be provided as needed.
Our discussion will focus on these four questions:
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In order to service you better, the cut-off times for picking up students for doctor’s appointments, courts, etc. are as follows:
Monday- Friday by 2:00 p.m.
Con el fin de sírvele mejor, los tiempos de corte para recoger a los estudiantes para citas con el médico, tribunales, etc. son los siguientes:
Lunes - Viernes antes de las 2:00 pm.