Our Leadership Team
Head of School
Johnny Graham’s career in education spans 21 years in both private secular and Christian education and administration at several schools in Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, and Maryland. Included among these is his most recent position as Head of School at Springdale Preparatory School in New Windsor, Maryland, a day and boarding school that he mainly helped found. He has held positions as an Associate Head of School, Athletic Director, AP History teacher and even as a varsity basketball coach through his career journey.
A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with an undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree in History and African-American studies, Graham later received his Master's degree in Educational Leadership, and is currently working toward his Doctorate in Education in Organizational Leadership at the American College of Education.
Mr. Graham hails from Lemon Springs, North Carolina, an hour outside of Raleigh. He and his wife Kim have four boys: Christopher, 21, who is in the Army National Guard, Julian, 20, a college student who hopes to transfer to a college in Virginia, Jeffrey, 15, entering 9th grade and Ashton, 13, entering 8th grade. Jeffrey and Ashton are enrolled at WCA.
Head of Administration
As our Head of Administration, Rob Campbell manages the day to day operations of Williamsburg Christian Academy outside of teacher instruction, including financial management, marketing, development, facilities and communication.
Prior to arriving to WCA, Rob had built an excellent career around successful business administration and financial management. This experience included work in the private sector, as well as many years as Executive of Administration of the Williamsburg Community Chapel and other non-profit organizations with proven success. Rob was instrumental at the Chapel with their major expansion in the past decade, and with the successful retirement of the related mortgage debts on that expansion within two and a half years.
Crystal joined the faculty of WCA in 2018. She is both WCA's Director of Learning Support, working with our gifted, twice-exceptional and non-traditional learners, and is training to be our Upper School Principal. Crystal graduated from Old Dominion University in 1998 with a Bachelor's Degree in Speech Pathology, with a minor in Special Education.
Crystal realized her passion was in special education and began teaching in the public school while she was working on her masters degree in special education from ODU. She left teaching after a few years to stay home and raise her family. Crystal returned to school to finish up her masters degree at ODU and return to the field that she loves! She lives on a historical farm in Charles City with her husband and five children, three of whom currently attend WCA.