Terra Luckett M.Ed graduated with her undergraduate degree in biology education from Ferris State University in 2000. This Flint, Michigan native then began to teach middle school science for Leona’s own Northridge Academy. This is where she crafted her love of teaching while also discovering the importance of developing relationships with students and parents. In 2006, Ms. Luckett accepted a position with International Academy of Flint and Mott Community College where she worked as a college guidance counselor of the TRioS program.
However, the economy took a turn in 2008 and Ms. Luckett left Flint and moved to Phoenix where she worked as an online biology teacher for Online Charter School. This new and innovative teaching assignment allowed her to capitalize on integration of technology in the classroom, but found herself missing the interaction in the classroom Next, in 2011, she returned to the classroom and embraced a position at Apache Trail High School where she taught biology, integrated science, anatomy and health. In 2015, she graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Master of Education in educational leadership and then assumed a leadership role on campus as the curriculum coach. Lastly, Terra is passionate about developing students into tomorrow's leaders. As she completes her 4th year as the School Leader of Apache Trail High School, she hopes to continue making a difference through the development of community relations to foster a brighter tomorrow.