Dr. Andrea McGee is a lifelong resident of Houston County. She is a graduate of Warner Robins High School. She attended Georgia State College and University where she received her bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education. She was also a member of the Georgia College softball team during college. She continued her education at Georgia Southwestern University and received her master's and specialist degrees in Early Childhood Education. She then acquired an add-on certificate in Leadership and Administration from the University of Georgia. In 2007, she completed her doctoral degree at Argosy University.
She began her teaching career at Thomas Elementary School in Warner Robins and taught 2nd grade there for 2 years, before joining the Perdue Elementary staff where she taught 2nd and 4th grade. In 1998, she was selected as the Teacher of the Year at Perdue Elementary.
Dr. McGee moved into the area of administration with her first position as Assistant Principal for Instruction at Shirley Hills Elementary. She served as the Principal for the Elementary Summer School Program in 2001. Later she moved to Quail Run Elementary where she served as AP and later API. In 2004, she was selected as the Principal at Eagle Springs Elementary and counts it as an honor and privilege to be serving and working with the staff, students, and parents of Eagle Springs.