Jennifer McNair named new principal of Lexington High School
An educator for 28 years, Jennifer McNair excels at working alongside employees, students and families to maintain high standards of growth and achievement in all areas of a school community — academics, arts and athletics. Mrs. McNair’s career began at White Knoll Middle where she taught math, which she also taught at White Knoll High. She made the move to school administration in 2001 when she became an assistant principal at an elementary school in Saluda County. She returned to Lexington One in 2004 to become an assistant principal at White Knoll High. During her 14 years at WKHS, she gained experience in designing student-driven school-wide schedules, developing professional learning pathways and recruiting high-quality teachers. She became the principal at Meadow Glen Elementary in 2019 after serving as an assistant principal at Pleasant Hill Elementary for one year. Certified in secondary and elementary supervision and math, Mrs. McNair earned a Bachelor of Science in math from the University of South Carolina - Coastal Carolina College and a Master of Education in educational administration from the University of South Carolina.