Cameron Frazier, is a native of Jacksonville, Florida. He joined the educational movement in 2012 through Teach for America Jacksonville. True to Cameron’s goal of improving educational access in his home community, he launched his career teaching English in the neighborhood of his childhood. In his first year of teaching, Cameron was recognized by the district for increasing learner achievement in reading. He continued his career teaching at Rocketship Elementary in Nashville, where his unique ability to increase student achievement through a focus on school culture, academics, and social-emotional development propelled him into leadership. Cameron effectively implemented his social emotional learning and culturally affirming model school-wide as the Dean of Learners at KIPP Nashville Collegiate High School. Most recently, Cameron was introduced to the school founding experience and opened KIPP Nashville College Prep Elementary as the Founding Assistant Principal.
Cameron has received support in launching Becoming Collegiate Academy as a Founding Fellow of the Freedom Fellows Institute, which prepares high impact leaders of color to return home to create schools of innovation in their communities. As a son of North Jacksonville, Cameron is honored to expand our community’s legacy through the launching of a high-quality, innovative school worthy of Norwood and Lake Forest learners and families..