Degrees and Certifications:

Ms. Jenny Taylor

Phone: (940) 274-2591




Welcome to my website. This is my eleventh year teaching at Millsap High School. This year I am teaching World History and Honors World History. This year I will also be teaching Dual Credit U.S. History 1301/1302 and Dual Credit Government 2305 in conjunction with Ranger College. I really enjoy teaching history and government. My goal is to make history, government, and economics fun and memorable for the students. I want them to relate the knowledge that they learn in history, government, and economics to their lives.

I am originally from Georgia, where I began my teaching career. While in Georgia, I taught 9th and 10th grade Literature. Before becoming a teacher, I was a technical writer and a newspaper reporter in Marshalltown, Iowa. 

I have lived a number of places in the United States, including Minnesota, Iowa, South Carolina, and Illinois. I graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato in 1999 with a degree in Mass Communications. In 2001, I completed my teaching certification through Georgia Southern University. I earned my Master of Arts in American History and Government in May 2021 from Ashland University. 

 I am a third generation teacher -- following in the footsteps of my grandmother and mother. 

Outside of the classroom, I enjoy reading, photography, and traveling. I have traveled to over 20 states in the United States -- most recently to Boston, Massachusetts. I have also traveled to England, Scotland, France, Holland, and Belgium. I also enjoy watching Dallas Stars hockey and Texas Rangers and Atlanta Braves baseball. 

 I currently live in Fort Worth with my cats -- Callie, Millie, Toby, and Joey. 

 Thank you for entrusting me with your child's education. Feel free to contact me at 


Lesson Plans: 

1st Six Weeks Plans -- Honors World History/World History


2nd Six Weeks Plans -- Honors World History/World History


3rd Six Weeks Plans -- Honors World History/On-level World History


4th Six Weeks Plans

World History