Assistant Principals

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Marc Baker

Marc Baker graduated from Texas A&M University and received his master’s from Prairie View A&M University. Mr. Baker taught special education for 8 ½ years and became a assistant principal in 1999.

Email: [email protected]


Kristine Stephenson

Dr. Stephenson received a bachelor’s degree in History and English from Texas A&M University, a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Stephen F. Austin, and a doctorate in Professional Leadership from the University of Houston. In 1993, she began her career in Cy-Fair and in education.  She served 11 years as a teacher, and became an administrator in 2004.

Email: [email protected]

Greg Lozano

Mr. Lozano graduated from the University of Houston with a bachelors degree in Political Science and earned his Masters degree in Educational Administration from Sam Houston State University. Mr. Lozano was a special education teacher and coach in CFISD for 7 years before becoming an assistant principal in 2011.

Email: [email protected]

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Maria Gonzalez

Email: [email protected]

Tim Silvey

Tim Silvey is a graduate of Southwest Texas State University and received his master’s degree from Stephen F. Austin State University. Mr.Silvey has been in education for 24 years, 18 years in Cy-Fair. He has been an administrator for 8 years.

Email: [email protected]

Scott Tucker

Scott Tucker received his bachelors degree from The University of Texas - Austin and his Masters in Educational Administration from Lamar University. He began his career in education in 2000.  He taught and coached 2 years in the Houston Independent School District prior to coming to Langham Creek High School where he served as Head Men's Soccer Coach and as PE/Health Department Chair. He joined the Administrative Team in the 2013-14 school-year.

Email: [email protected]

Assistant Principal Secretaries

Maricela Segundo  281-463-5445

Debbie Shiery   281-463-5492

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