I have been teaching for 16 years here at Bainbridge High School. I teach U.S. History and Advanced Placement U.S. Government and Politics. I am married to my beautiful wife Marjorie Robinson. I have six children; Jeremy Robinson (Valdosta State University Graduate in Biology), Aaron Hinton (Former Marine), Brandon Robinson (Miller County High Graduate), Madison Pope (Bainbridge High School), Kylee Robinson (Bainbridge High School), and Paxton Pope (Hutto Middle School). I am a proud grandfather of two.
2011 Nova Southeastern University Education Doctorate
2002 Troy University Dothan Masters Degree Secondary Education
1999 Troy University Dothan Bachelors of Science History Education
1998 Bainbridge College Associates of Arts Political Science
1997 ABAC Police Academy Basic Law Enforcement Certification
1992 Seminole County High High School Diploma
Before becoming a Teacher
I grew up on a farm doing manual labor in Seminole County one mile east of Desser Landing from age 7 to age 18. Peas, butterbeans, squash, Okra, corn, Watermelons, cantaloupes, peanuts, cotton, you name it I have worked it on a farm. I worked at Pizza Hut in Donalsonville and Bainbridge, GA as a cook, waiter, shift manager, and assistant manager while going to Bainbridge college. I also worked with Stones, Hardees, and on two golf courses: Crooked Oak in Colquitt, GA and Bainbridge Country Club while working on my Master's degree. I worked at Decatur County Correctional Institute (DCCI) for a short period of time and worked with the Miller County Sheriff's Department as a Jailer before going on the road as a certified Police Officer for two years with the Colquitt Police Department. I quit work altogether for a semester to do my student teaching in Colquitt, GA under Jan Calhoun and Ronnie McNease. I have worked with Bainbridge High School my entire teaching career. I have taught U.S. History with Bainbridge College as a part-time instructor.
I am currently researching local history with an emphasis on the early Creek Indian Trade and activities of James Burgess, a Scottish trader and creek diplomat, during the 18th century.