Ethel S. Dixon


Welcome Wildcat Family

My teaching career originated at Middleton High School where I taught Personal Finance, Business Computer Applications, and Business Law and was affectionately called “Ms. D” by my students.  Also, I served as the FBLA Adviser and had four winners the first year of our region’s competition. What an exciting time for my students and me as we celebrated our accomplishments!  From the inception of WAHS, I continued teaching with our blended schools and diverse faculty as one family. Presently I teach Digital Desktop Publishing, Integrated Business Apps, and Digital Multimedia. Other courses taught include:  Web Page Design, Advertising, and Leadership.

My greatest rewards come from former students coming up to me anywhere in the Tri-county area telling me how appreciative they are that I taught them business courses because “Business is what rules the world” or others mimicking how their great computer skills/abilities fascinate their coworkers.

It is crucial to me that I teach my students the importance of getting a great education to achieve lifelong success. I’m a firm believer that it takes collaborative efforts on the part of the teacher, student, and the parent to ensure this success. I look forward to working with you and celebrating all of our wildcats’ accomplishments.  Many thanks to you for visiting my web site.


Contact Information

 (843) 573-1201 ext. 1122
Room #:
 Room 122
 Office Hours:

Courses Taught

1st Semester
1st Period Planning
2nd Period Digital Multimedia
3rd Period Google Apps
4th Period Google Apps
2nd Semester  
1st Period Google Apps
2nd Period Digital Multimedia
3rd Period Google Apps
4th Period Planning

Additional Information

After being drafted by the Young Gentlemen’s Club (YGC) founder, Mr. Roy Smalls, I presently serve as one of the advisers for YGC. My Desktop Publishing class and I produce all of the print materials for them. I’m delighted that Mr. Roy Smalls has stepped up to the plate to help give these young men purpose and guidance while they “set sail in a positive direction,” a phrase I coined for the seniors moving on this year.