Meet Our Administration

Dr. Angela Hambrick

Dr. Angela Hambrick


Dr. Angela Hambrick has been an educator for 14 years. She has taught Business Education in Houston County, Georgia. She has her Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Georgia Southwestern State University, a Master's degree in Secondary Education from Georgia College and State University, a Specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Piedmont College, and a Doctorate degree in Teacher Leadership from Kennesaw State University. She began her classroom teaching experience as a business education teacher at an alternative school, where she was selected Teacher of the Year during the 2011-2012 and 2013-2014 school years. The 2023-2024 school year will be her 5th year in administration.  

Dr. Hambrick is married to Mitch Hambrick and is the proud mom of two daughters, Hayley and Abby.  She is honored to be part of "Trojan Nation."

Mr. Greg Ellison

Mr. Greg Ellison

Assistant Principal/Athletic Director

Gregory Ellison is a graduate of Washington County High School and is excited to begin the school year as the Athletic Director and assistant principal at PCHS. He began his career in education as a teacher and coach at Pulaski County Middle School. Before coming to Peach County High School, he has worked as a(n) teacher, coach, and administrator in Pulaski, Irwin, Crisp, and Houston counties. Mr. Ellison received his bachelor’s degree from Fort Valley State University in Marketing, master’s degree from Fort Valley State University in Middle Grades Education, and specialist degree from Valdosta State University in Educational Leadership. Mr. Ellison believes all students have the ability to be successful, productive citizens and strives each day to encourage each student to reach his or her greatest potential.


Mr. Keith Lauritsen

Assistant Principal

I have served 30 years in education as a teacher, coach, and administrator. I was blessed to lead 2 different elementary schools for a total of 15 years as principal. I taught 8 years at the middle and high school levels and I also spent 5 years as an assistant principal. Before I became an assistant principal, I worked 2 years at Central GA Technical College. I was the Principal at Byron Elementary for 6 years and I have worked a total of 8 years in Peach County. I am now retired and working part time at Peach County High School as an assistant principal and wrestling coach. I am currently serving in my 11th year as a city councilman in Warner Robins. My wife Amy is also an educator and I have 3 adult children, Molly, Matthew, and Mark.   

Mr. Robert Winborne,

Mr. Robert Winborne

Assistant Principal of Instruction

Mr. R. B. “Buddy’ Winborne is a product of the Lee County School System (GA). He attended and played golf for The Mercer University in Macon, GA, where he

received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Accounting in 1999…Go Bears! After spending 10 years in the corporate world, Mr. Winborne went back to school and attended Grand Canyon University (AZ), where he completed his Masters of Secondary Education in Mathematics in 2012. Currently, he is in the final stages of his doctoral program in Educational Leadership at Columbus State University.

After a decade in the corporate world, Mr. Winborne entered the field of education in 2009 as a mathematics teacher at Northeast High School. He served as mathematics department chair for 8 years, coached golf, and served in various leadership capacities. In 2018, Mr. Winborne transitioned from the classroom to the role of instructional coach for science and mathematics. In

2020, he became the assistant principal of instruction at Howard High School. In June 2022, Mr. Winborne began serving Peach County High School as the assistant principal of instruction and the Voice of Peach County Football. Go Trojans!!!