Khalil Roy is a Career and Technical (CTE) Educator in Central Louisiana. He holds a bachelor’s degree in social sciences and is pursuing a master’s in education in School Counseling. His plans include obtaining his PhD.
Mr. Roy has served on the KDP Teacher Candidate Advisory Council, and he currently serves on the Knowledge Development Advisory Council.
Mr. Roy is passionate about teaching, and it shows daily. He was nominated by his students for the KALB Golden Apple award, which he won in 2020. Besides being a Golden Apple Teacher, he is also a Stand for Children Fellow and Facilitator, and he has served on the Louisiana Principal of the Year Panel. He is a winner of the John W. Harris Educator Excellence Award. He has been the recipient of the Teacher of the Month Award numerous times.
He is the founder of the Tiger College Club at Marksville High School. This club promotes not only college awareness, but also workforce training and military options for the students at MHS.
Mr. Roy is a committed, passionate, and dedicated educator. He focuses heavily on educating future scholars, advocating for productive education policies, and preparing his students to take their place as productive citizens after graduation.