Mr. Albert Lewis
Albert T. Lewis is a 17-year educator, with experience serving Prince George's County Public Schools and the District of Columbia Public School System. Mr. Lewis is a product of Prince George’s County Public Schools, graduating from his beloved Central High School in 2001. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Communications from Morgan State University 2007 and his Master's Degree from Walden University in Education Leadership and Administration in 2015. Currently, Mr. Lewis is working on his Doctorate in School System Leadership and Supervision at the University of Maryland College Park.
Mr. Lewis began his teaching career in Prince George’s County as a substitute teacher in 2006. A year later, he began teaching Language Arts at Walker Mill Middle School, the middle school he attended. In 2013, he was awarded the Prince George's County "Teacher of the Year" award and Steve Harvey's "Best School Teacher" award at the Neighborhood Awards for community service. In 2014, he began teaching English for two years at Charles Herbert Flowers High School. Mr. Lewis’ started his first stint at Largo High School in 2016 as the Assistant Principal to the Class of 2020, where his focus was on building class culture, developing strong student leaders, increasing the graduation rate, and preparing his cohort for college and career readiness. Mr. Lewis joined the staff of Benjamin Banneker Academic High School in the Summer of 2020, where he supervised the English and Social Studies Departments and oversaw critical school operations. In July 2022, he was named Acting Principal of Largo High School. Mr. Lewis has been happily married to the love of his life Shaundance, for seven years he is the proud father of two children, Kennedy, and A.J.. He believes strongly in the quote ‘If service is beneath you, then leadership is beyond you."