HCS To Implement Blended Learning Plan

All Huntsville City Schools remain closed through April 3rd.  Beginning Monday, April 6th, Huntsville City Schools will begin implementation of a Blended Learning Plan.  For more information about this plan, as well as academic enrichment activities that can already be accessed, please use the More Information button below to visit the Coronavirus & Crisis Contingency Plan page.

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Meg Pattillo

I was born in Norman, Oklahoma and moved to Huntsville at the age of four. I attended Mt. Gap School then graduated from Grissom High School. I have always loved the arts and began drawing and making crafts at a very young age. I also took piano lessons, ballet, and played the clarinet in the band for six years. I have always enjoyed drawing, painting, and photography.

I met my husband Blake at Auburn University and we have three wonderful grown children named Lindsey, Ben and Audrey who all attended Huntsville High School. We also have a very sweet cat named Leo.
M.ED. Art Education, Alabama A&M University
B.F.A. Auburn University
University of Montevallo
ALSDE, Class A Certification, P-12, Visual Arts
After a 23 year career in graphic design, illustration, and art direction here in Huntsville, I decided to become an art teacher. I taught art and graphic design at Hampton Cove Middle School for 12 years and I am very happy to now be a part of the art department here at Huntsville High School.