Jeremy Varnell

Jeremy VarnellAssistant principal Jeremy Varnell attended the University of Texas at Austin. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Latin and a Masters in educational administration from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. After college, Varnell worked at the University of Texas at Arlington in the admissions office for four years. He primarily worked with international students with residency issues.

In the fall of 2004, Varnell began his career at Coppell High School. He taught Latin for 6 years. In 2010, after pondering his future with kids and looking at his skill set, Varnell realized he was fit for administration and has been an assistant principal since. Although he misses the classroom, he is able to interact with a larger group of kids.

Varnell’s brother is also involved in administration as the principal of an Arlington elementary school. Varnell is married to a Texas A&M alum and has two children. His two sons are Kyle (3 years-old) and Luke (8 months).

As the assistant principal for freshmen with last names starting with A-K, Varnell deals with student issues regarding attendance, discipline and academics. He is known most for his role as the “textbook guy,” the man in charge of textbook check out and returns.