Subjects Taught
12th Grade AP English


Master of Science in Secondary Education, English--University of Alabama, 2000

Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education, Language Arts--Jacksonville State University, 1996

Certification in Advanced Placement Literature and Composition--University of Alabama, 2015

Certification in Advanced Placement Language and Composition--Auburn University, 2013

National Writing Project--Jacksonville State University, 2013


(2015-present) Oxford High School, Advanced Placement Literature and Composition, Pre-AP English 10, Basketball Cheer Coach

(2013-present) Gadsden State Community College, Adjunct English Professor

(2008-2015) White Plains High School, Advanced Placement Language and Composition, English 12, Journalism, Department Chair

(2007-2008) Andalusia Middle School, English 7

(2004-2007) Munford High School, English 10, Varsity Cheer Coach

(2002-2004) Cordova High School, English 12, Varsity Cheer Coach

(2001-2002) Coosa Central High School, English 11, Journalism

(2000-2001) Pell City High School, English 10, Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheer Coach

(1997-2000) Etowah High School, English 9, English 11, Junior Varsity and Competition Cheer Coach


Mrs. Harmon is originally from Gadsden, Alabama. She is married to Heath Harmon, and they have two children, Halaya and Hudson. Her husband was an assistant football coach for five years and a head football coach for twelve years, so she had the amazing adventure of teaching at several schools throughout the state. They have now settled in between both of their hometowns in Oxford, Alabama. Heath is an administrator with Oxford City Schools. Their daughter, Halaya, is in the ninth grade at OHS. Their son, Hudson, is in the fifth grade at C.E. Hanna. Mrs. Harmon has been teaching English for nineteen years. She teaches Advanced Placement Literature and Composition and Pre-AP English 10. She also coachesthe basketball cheerleaders at OHS. She is excited to join such an amazing school system and a fabulous group of educators. Go Big O!