• About Coach Johnson

    • About Me: Hello! My name is Courtney Johnson. I have the pleasure of being one of your physical education teachers at Hephzibah High. The purpose of this section is to give you a brief snippet of my background.  
      • I was born & raised in Hephzibah, GA. I attended Hephzibah schools from Pre-K through graduation, so being able to come back to teach in the community in which I was raised is truly a blessing.
      • My husband, Marion, and I have been married for 7 years and we have three beautiful children who are the loves of our lives. 
      • My favorite things to do in my spare time are spend time with my family, read, listen to music, watch sports & binge watch my favorite t.v. shows. 
      • Teaching and coaching is my passion & I look forward to each school year with enthusiasm as it offers me an opportunity to get to know and build connections with my students, athletes and their families. 
    • Education: As previously stated, I grew up in the Hephzibah area and I am a proud graduate of Hephzibah High School (c/o 2009). In 2013, I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences from, then, Armstrong Atlantic State University (Savannah, GA). Then in 2014, I graduated from Georgia College and State University (Milledgeville, GA) with a Master’s of Arts in Teaching: Kinesiology degree.  
    • Teaching/Coaching Experience: In 2015, I began my teaching career at Jackson High School (Jackson, GA) and taught there for 2.5 years as well as head coached women's basketball and men's & women's track & field. In 2017, my husband and I relocated back to the Hephzibah area. In July 2017, I accepted a health/physical education job at the Georgia School for Innovation and the Classics (Hephzibah, GA) where I taught K-9 health and physical education and coached middle school softball for 2 years. In July 2019, I decided that I had a desire to work for RCSS and accepted a position at Butler High School, where I also served as head volleyball coach , assistant softball coach, and assistant track & field coach. In May 2022, I was afforded the opportunity to come back to my alma mater, Hephzibah High, to teach Health & Physical Education, head coach women's flag football, and assist with the track & field program. 

  • Subject Taught: Personal Fitness & Health (9th-12th Grade) 

    Personal Fitness

    • Introduces instruction in methods to attain a healthy level of physical fitness; implements a lifetime fitness program based on a personal fitness assessment and stresses strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, body composition, and cardiovascular endurance; includes instruction in fitness principles, nutrition, fad diets, weight control, stress management, adherence strategies, and consumer information; and promotes self-awareness and responsibility for fitness.


    • Explores the mental, physical and social aspects of life and how each contributes to total health and well-being. Emphasizes safety, nutrition, mental health, stress management, substance abuse prevention, disease prevention, environmental health, family life education, health careers, consumer health, and community health, hands only CPR and DDS – ADAP Course.


  • Physical Education

    Head Women's Flag Football

    Assistant Track & Field Coach 





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