Christy C. Rogers
Assistant Superintendent of High Schools
Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) in Louisville, Kentucky
In her role as Assistant Superintendent of High Schools for Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS), Christy Rogers has set a course to make certain every graduate is prepared with industry-recognized credentials, college credit, work experience and a seamless postsecondary plan.
In her previous role as Assistant Superintendent of Transition Readiness, Rogers helped transform public education through the Academies of Louisville, an initiative in JCPS that is equipping students with the skills and expertise to meet the needs of a 21st Century workforce. Launched in the fall of 2017, Rogers’ work implementing the Academies of Louisville model in 15 JCPS high schools has already impacted more than 17,000 students and resulted in nearly 115 signed business partners. She continues to build sustainable partnerships between business and community partners and the district to ensure that all students are prepared for success in college, career and life.
Rogers has served nearly three decades in public education, and served as a business educator, principal and college and career director for Bullitt County Public Schools prior to JCPS. Rogers holds a BA from Campbellsville University (’87), a MA from Western Kentucky University (’89) and her Instructional Leadership Rank I from the University of Louisville. She has two children, Carly Coulter (25) a Physician Assistant (PA-C) and Cruise Coulter (23) a second year teacher in JCPS at Southern High School.