• Administration

  • Mr. Thomas Rollins


    Bachelor's Degree from UWF in Mathematics

    Master's Degree from UWF in Educational Leadership

    Educator in Escambia County for 31 years

    2007 West Florida High Teacher of the Year

    December 2012 Escambia County Stellar Employee of the Month

    Asst. Principal at PHS 2008-2012

    Principal at George Stone since 2012



    Mr. Stephen Brooks

    Assistant Principal

    Mr. Stephen Brooks is a lifelong resident of Pensacola, FL, and a product of the Escambia County School System, graduating from Escambia High School in 1988. He is also a graduate of the University of West Florida, earning a Bachelor’s degree in English in 1992 and a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership in 2006. Prior to becoming an educator, Mr. Brooks spent thirteen years in the private sector, most notably as the Vice President of Manufacturing for National Standard Parts Associates. Mr. Brooks is entering his 19th year with the Escambia County School District and his tenth year as assistant principal of George Stone Technical Center. He previously served as an English teacher at West Florida High School, an administrative dean at Bailey Middle School, and assistant principal of Escambia High School.


    Mr. Jesse Wolfe

    Adult Education Coordinator

    Mr. Wolfe is in his 17th year with the Escambia County School District and his 10th year at GSTC.  Before accepting the position of Adult Education Coordinator, Mr. Wolfe served as a Graduation Coach and an ABE/GED Instructor at GSTC. He was an instructor in the DAART program at the Lakeview Center, a Social Studies instructor at the Judy Andrews Center, and a 7th grade science teacher at Ransom and Ernest Ward.  One of the highlights of Mr. Wolfe’s career was being named  the 2012 Teacher of the Year at the Judy Andrews Center. Mr. Wolfe earned his Bachelor’s degree in Technology Management from Texas A&M-Commerce in 2005 and his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of West Florida in 2014.