Jennifer Gonzalez, Principal

Jennifer Gonzalez is the principal at Brazosport High School. Prior to her appointment, she was a High School Science teacher and High School administrator at Brazoswood High School. She has been an Administrator in Brazosport ISD for eight years and has 17 years of educational experience. In her previous position, Mrs. Gonzalez taught 9th grade Biology and coached the wonderful sport of Tennis for seven fun-filled years. 

Mrs. Gonzalez is a proud graduate of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi where she earned her Bachelors of Science degree in December 2000 majoring in Science and earning a Teacher Certification in the Sciences. Starting in 2003, she attended the University of Houston-Clear Lake and earned her Masters of Education in Educational Leadership in December of 2005. Education is highly valued in Mrs. Gonzalez’s family as she is the 4th generation to earn a Master’s Degree.

Jennifer Gonzalez has two beautiful daughters, ages 6 and 7 and a handsome son, aged 15.  Mrs. Gonzalez’s family resides in BISD and her husband has worked for DOW Chemical for 16 years. The area has been home to Mrs. Gonzalez for over 35 years and she is a proud product of BISD. 

Mrs. Gonzalez firmly believes in serving the community of Freeport and especially her students here at Brazosport High School and she looks forward to serving as an Exporter for many years to come.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”

- Nelson Mandela   


Dr. Centill-Freshour, Associate PrincipalDr. Jeroladette Centilli-Freshour
, Associate Principal

Educational background Trinity High School, Trinity, TX 1982, Tyler Jr. College 1984, Southwest TX State University, San Marcos-Bachelors 1987, Texas A&M International University, Laredo-Masters 1999, Texas A&M University, College Station-PH.D. 2008

Dr. Centilli-Freshour began her career in education in 1988 at United High School in Laredo, Texas first as a teacher then assistant principal and Dean of the Engineering and Technology Magnet School.  In 2010, she moved to East Texas where she served as high school principal (Huntsville High School) then Superintendent (Dime Box Independent School District).  

She is now the Associate Principal at Brazosport. She will begin her 29th year in education (12 years as a classroom teacher and 16 as an administrator).

She is married to Robert (Robin) Freshour and her family consists of four dogs, one cat, three horses and a miniature donkey.

Omar Cantu, Assistant PrincipalReynaldo Cantu, Assistant Principal (L-Z alpha split)

I am very excited to be starting my first year as an Assistant Principal at Brazosport High School. While I may be new to the role, I am not new to the Exporter family as I am a graduate of the Class of 1996.  I am looking forward to building on the relationships with students and families that I was able to cultivate during my time in the classroom.

Prior to coming to Brazosport High School, I taught and coached in Pearland ISD, Cy-Fair ISD, St. Thomas High School and the Lighthouse Learning Center. I look forward to working with the rest of the the Brazosport High School family to ensure that the needs of every student are met. My educational experience includes the University of North Texas and Lamar University.

Outside of school, I enjoy spending time with my wife Kristen and daughter Carolina.  I also enjoy watching movies, hunting, fishing and watching the Houston Astros.

Lori Halliday, Assistant PrincipalLori Imrecke Halliday, Assistant Principal (A-K alpha split)

My name is Lori Halliday and I am serving my third year as an Assistant Principal at Brazosport High School. I served 7 years as a high school classroom teacher, a year as an instructional coach and love being an Assistant Principal here at Brazosport High School. I coached Swimming and diving for 5 years, was a class sponsor, and active in making sure my district was all that it could be. I sponsored many student groups on various trips around the country. 

My undergraduate degree was in history from Stephen F Austin State University and my masters is in Education Administration from Tarleton State University. I grew up in the Dallas area, but came to Brazoria County as soon as I could.  

I am married to a wonderful man named Sid who loves to get to know our students as well. We look forward to this school year.

Alicia Callis Burrell is the Dean of Instruction at Brazosport High School. In past years, she served as an Instructional Facilitator and Instructional Coach for elementary and secondary level in the Teaching and Learning Department in BISD. Prior to becoming a member of the Teaching and Learning team, Alicia has taught at the Elementary and Secondary level in Fort Bend ISD and Houston ISD for more than 18 years. Alicia is a proud alumni of Texas Southern University in Houston, TX where she received her Master's Degree in Education Administration and a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies/Early Childhood & Elementary Education. She obtained her Lifetime Teachers Certificate from the State of Texas. 

Alicia is married to Todd Burrell who is also a career educator and athletic coach in HISD and is a mother to a son, Rayshaud who is a senior at Texas State University in San Marcos, TX. 

 "I am excited to enter my 23rd year in education. I look forward to an outstanding year!" 


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