A Tallahassee Classical cofounder, Mrs. Campbell is a veteran teacher who has served in multiple education positions in the Tallahassee area. She began her career at Amos P. Godby High School where she taught regular, honors, and Advanced Placement courses in history and the humanities and coached tennis. Later she served as a Social Studies Curriculum Specialist and then as an Innovation Architect at Florida Virtual School, designing and developing curriculum. More recently she supported programs to provide educators and administrators with professional development opportunities at the Florida Department of Education. She earned her bachelor’s in Education from Florida State University and her Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Florida.
Mrs. Julie Caylor has been a firm believer and advocate of classical education for over 20 years, teaching in both private and charter classical school settings. Mrs. Caylor graduated with Honors in Elementary Education from Anderson University. She first began her calling as a classical teacher in Colorado Springs, Colorado at a classical charter school, The Classical Academy, for almost ten years from its inception. She later moved to Florida where she taught for the next decade in private classical schools in both Tallahassee and Orlando. She tackled various responsibilities beyond her own classroom such as the Curriculum Coordinator, and serving as both lead and mentor teachers in the Grammar School. Mrs. Caylor is passionate about inspiring and equipping teachers to pursue excellence in their classrooms with a sound curriculum focused on that which is richly good, true, and beautiful.
Tallahassee Classical School is a coeducational school enrolling and providing education to children without regard to gender, race, nationality, ethnic origin, or religious beliefs.