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Kimberly Cooper Staff Photo
Subjects Taught
English 10


Kimberly Cooper completed her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Degree in English at Albany State University May 1999 and went on to complete her Master of Arts (M.A.) Degree in Journalism with a concentration in print in December 2002.  However, she knows that learning is a life-long process.  She also knows that it is a process that she should always strive to attain and that she should always remain teachable.  


August 3, 2015 marked the first day of teaching for Ms. Cooper as well as her first day teaching at Americus Sumter High School (ASHS).  However, she had been previously working with the Sumter County School District as a substitute teacher and substitute leader with the after school program. 

Prior to working with Sumter County Schools, Ms. Cooper served 11 years at Habitat for Humanity International as a Partner Service Representative and an Affiliate Support Representative.  Ms. Cooper has encountered good and challenging experiences during the little time she has been working at ASHS.  However, she is very optimistic about utilizing what she has learned in order to impact students, fellow teachers, administration and the surrounding community. 


Kimberly E. Cooper grew up in Leslie, Georgia. Although she has traveled and attended college outside the region, Ms. Cooper is no stranger to the Sumter County School District.  Having graduated from Sumter County Comprehensive High School in 1995, Ms. Cooper has a vested interest in the district.  In addition to teaching at Americus Sumter High School,  Cooper serves her church (Bibleway Fellowship Center) and her community as well.  She currently resides  in Americus, Georgia.