CMS Staff

Dr. James McCarter


A new school year springs new educational opportunities. It is with great excitement that I have been provided the opportunity to be a part of the Camden Middle school team. I believe that each parent, teacher, and community member plays a vital role in the success of our students. I invite all to join in our efforts to ensure that academic success is achieved by our students in a safe and orderly environment that fosters life long learning and creativity.

Please feel free to visit our campus and our website often.

Educationally yours,

Dr. James McCarter

Brief Biography

Born: March 5, 1980 in Dunoon, Scotland


Graduated from Camden County High school, 1998

B.S. Psychology, Albany State University, Albany, Georgia 2001

Master of Education, School Counseling, Valdosta State University, Valdosta, Georgia, 2005

Educational Specialist, Educational Leadership, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia 2013

Doctorate of Education, Educational Leadership, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 2013

Family: Married since 2008 

8th Grade Assistant Principal
Mr. Ben Croxton

8th Grade Assistant Principal

After graduating from Clemson University in 2004, Mr. Croxton moved to Camden County and accepted a job teaching Social Studies and coaching football and baseball at Camden County High School. Mr. Croxton taught at Camden County High School for 2 years and then moved to St. Marys Middle School to become the Head Football Coach in the fall of 2007. Mr. Croxton served as the ISS Instructor and Head Football Coach until September of 2015 when he accepted his current position at Camden Middle School as the 8th grade Assistant Principal. Mr. Croxton is married and has 3 children.

6th Grade Assistant Principal
Ms. Leatha Massey

6th Grade Assistant Principal

Mrs. Massey’s ongoing profession as an educator has lasted for decades. Upon graduating from Morris Brown College on a band scholarship, her teaching journey would begin in Columbus, Ohio as a 3rd grade teacher. After three years, Mrs. Massey would then return back to her home of Pompano Beach, Florida. That is where she taught in the Broward County School District-- right before claiming Camden County, GA as home. From there, Mrs. Massey taught at both middle schools. Her areas would include: Language Arts/Reading at Camden Middle and Career Connections/Language Arts at St. Marys Middle. Soon thereafter she would begin serving as Assistant Principal at Kingsland Elementary. Knowing that learning never ends, Mrs. Massey earned both Master’s and Educational Specialist Degrees from Nova Southeastern University.

7th Grade Assistant Principal

Mrs. Brimhall began her career in education in 1995, after graduating from the University of Georgia with a biology degree. She taught 8th grade science, reading and Georgia studies at St. Marys Middle School. During that time she also earned a Masters of Education degree in middle grades math and science in 1998. Soon after, her husband was transferred to Fallon, Nevada, and she taught high school math for two years. She returned to St. Marys Middle School in 2002 to teach 7th grade math. In 2009, she left the classroom to become a graduation coach/Title I specialist until moving to Camden Middle School as assistant principal in 2016.   In 2017, Mrs. Brimhall earned her Education Specialist degree in administration.  She is married with three children and one grandchild.


Rachel Swain
All 7th grade  and 6th grade girls.

Anueka Walker

(Lead Counselor) All  8th grade and 6th grade boys.

Educational Services
Instructional Lead Teacher
SPED Program Area Consultant