Carlos Phillips II named new principal of Washington High School

Dr. Carlos R. Phillips II has been selected to serve as the new principal of Washington High School.  During his fifteen years as an educator, he has served as a special education teacher at Grimes Elementary School and a disciplinary alternative education teacher at Young Elementary School. His administrative experience began as an assistant principal at Mitchell Elementary, Carter G. Woodson Middle, and Washington High schools. Most recently, Dr. Phillips served as the principal of Gregory-Lincoln Education Center.

Dr. Phillips earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Southern University, a master’s degree in educational administration from Prairie View A&M University and a doctoral degree in education leadership and cultural studies from the University of Houston.



5 thoughts on “Carlos Phillips II named new principal of Washington High School

  1. Jackie Spencer

    Very pleased to have Dr. Carlos Phillips as the new Principal of Booker t.Washington High School, this is the school you are referring to as Washington, or is there another Washington in HISD?

    1. HISD Communications

      Yes, this is Booker T. Washington. We only refer to schools using first names or initials if there’s more than one school named for people with the same last name.

  2. Donna Rosette

    Congratulations Dr. Phillips II! Jaguar Nation Proud! It’s so funny, I’m a alumnus of Southern University and my daughter is a Senior student at Prairie View A & M. Have a wonderful and blessed year at BTW.

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