Phone: (469) 952-5405


Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Johanna Jackson

Hi, I'm Johanna Owens-Jackson (just call me Mrs. Jackson)! I hold a master's degree from the University of New Mexico and a bachelor's degree from the University of North Texas. I have been teaching since 2010, and have taught grade levels from 6th grade to Seniors, including Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, Math Models, Advanced Quantitative Reasoning, and Precalculus, prior to coming to Princeton ISD. I will be teaching College Prep Math and Algebra 2 at Princeton High School. I hope to inspire students to believe in themselves as problem-solvers, critical thinkers, and future productive adult members of society. I believe that all students can be successful in math, and I am here to help students achieve that goal!

I enjoy reading, painting, and building Lego sets when I have time, but the majority of my free time is spent hanging out with my husband, our son, and our two cats.

  • Course Descriptions:

    College Prep Math prepares students for success on the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) test that is required for admission to Texas universities and colleges. Learning modules include: Real Numbers, Symbolic Manipulation of Objects, Graphing Linear Equations, Geometry, Solving Rational and Radical Equations, and Functions.

    Algebra 2 builds on topics from Algebra 1 and Geometry, and prepares students for study of higher math such as Precalculus and Calculus. A variety of types of functions will be studied, including Linear, Quadratic, Rational, Exponential, Logarithmic, Absolute Value, Square Root, Cube Root, and Cubic functions. Students will deepen their understanding of both algebraic and graphic representations of functions and inequalities.

  • Schedule:

    1st Period: College Prep Math

    2nd Period: Algebra 2

    Pride Time

    3rd Period: College Prep Math

    4th Period: College Prep Math

    A Lunch (11:45-12:15)

    5th Period: College Prep Math

    6th Period: Conference 

    7th Period: Algebra 2