Phone: 903-873-5100 ext. 7176


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Business and Animal Science Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources 6-12 Educator Certification Texas State Florists' Association Level 1 Floral Design Certification National and Texas Beef Quality Assurance Certification

Mrs. Kimberly Martin

My name is Kimberly Martin, and I am an Agricultural Science Teacher and FFA Advisor at Wills Point High School. I grew up in 4-H and FFA, and my passion is inspiring the next generation of agriculturist and developing leaders in and out of the classroom. I graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business and Animal Science. GO BEARKATS! I teach Floral Design, Livestock Production, Advanced Animal Science courses and Veterinary Medicine. My favorite class is Floral Design!

I am married to Brandon Martin, and we have 2 sons, Joshua and Caleb. My Auggie, Hunter, is a registered therapy dog, and we are working on his certification to visit hospitals. 

Why FFA? Agriculture education and FFA make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. 

Value of Agricultural Science Education and the Texas FFA Association

Top 10 Reasons to Join FFA

Visit our Wills Point FFA website to infomation about our chapter, calendar of events and monthly updates. We are an active FFA chapter with monthly meetings, competing in LDE’s and CDE’s, livestock judging, showing livestock, plant sales, ag mech projects, and community service! FFA membership is for students in grades 9th thru 12th who are enrolled in an Ag Science course. Junior FFA is for students who are 8 years old (as of Sept 1st) and grades 3rd thru 8th. Your opportunity for success is wide open! And we have a lot of fun doing it!

Feel free to contact me with any questions about Ag classes and FFA. I look forward to a great year at Wills Point High School!

Phone: 903-873-5100 ext. 7176



“There is an unlimited future in agriculture.”
-Tom Vilsack, United States Secretary of Agricultur