Greetings Eagle Family! I am very honored to serve the Horn Lake community as the principal of HLIS. I have been an educator in DeSoto County Schools for 15 years with 12 of those years as a classroom teacher for Horn Lake area schools. In addition to my years in the classroom, I served as an assistant principal for Lake Cormorant Middle School. I am very excited to be back home to proudly wear maroon and white!
At HLIS, we are dedicated to nurturing each child as a whole. We strive to provide a positive social and emotional environment where every child feels safe, supported, and cared for. It is our goal to challenge each child academically and help them grow and discover their talents and potential. We want to see our students become the very best versions of themselves! We look forward to working with our parents and community to help our Eagles soar! The expectations are high, but with the village working together… our students will raise the bar. #TeamDCS
Dr. Crystal Bland Robinson
Dr. Robinson is a 1998 graduate of Charleston High School in Charleston, MS. She received her B.A. from The University of Mississippi in 2002, M.S. from Walden University in 2008, Ed.S. from Arkansas State University in 2017, and her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership/Teacher Leadership from Freed-Hardeman University in 2019. She is licensed in the state of MS to teach Math (7-8), Math (7-12), English (7-12), Social Studies (7-12), and Mild/Moderate Disabilities (K-12).
She has taught special education, 7th & 8th grade mathematics, and Algebra I for DeSoto County Schools. She is married to Mr. Deljuan Robinson, and they have three daughters, Caylar, Charlotte, and Corinne.
I am honored to serve as an Assistant Principal at Horn Lake Intermediate School!
Throughout my career, I have taught in the special education setting for six years, and I have worked in the Desoto County School’s behavior department as a Positive Behavior Specialist for six years. Additionally, as a licensed Psychometrist, I have served as the examiner in evaluating students for special education eligibility as well as evaluating students for exceptionally gifted eligibility.
My professional education started with a Bachelors Degree in Special Education from the University of Southern Mississippi. I also earned a Masters Degree in Special Education from Ole Miss, a Masters Degree in Psychometry from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and a Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership from Arkansas State University.
I believe all students have the potential to reach their academic and functional abilities when provided research-based strategies and interventions in the school environment.
My goal as an Assistant Principal is to maximize the abilities of all students to ensure academic, social, emotional, and behavioral success.