Mr. J. Paul Floyd

Phone: 469-219-2180 ext 80582


Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. Biology-PreMed Tract M.Ed. Administration Science Composite 8-12 Texas Principal's Certification

Mr. J. Paul Floyd

Welcome to the Prosper High School 2018-2019 school year.  It is going to be a GREAT year!  This will be my ninth year at Prosper High School and as every year before, we are going to learn a whole lot of stuff and have a whole lot of fun in the process.  Prepare yourself for real world application stories and life experience analogies.  I grew up on an island in the South Pacific, went to college in Arkansas, served active duty in the US Army Special Operation Forces (HUA), a state international business recruiter, and a corporate executive officer for international agriculture corporations.  I am now having the absolute time of my life teaching High School Science at Prosper High School and am excited to spend this next year with you. 

The journey to get here really started as an Undergraduate, Pre-Med Biology Major, Chemistry and Psychology minors, at Ouachita Baptist Univeristy in Arkansas.  I served as Military Intelligence Officer with XVIII Abn Corps and transitioned into Special Operations Forces also under XVIII Abn Corps. I have worked corporately for EDS, GE Medical Systems, Anitox Corporation and others.  I received my teaching certification through the ACT Program and followed that with an M.Ed.  I am Composite certified simply means I can teach Biology, Chemistry, and Physics courses but my passion lies in the life sciences.  I have taught Biology, Pre-AP Biology, AP Biology, Environmental Systems, Anatomy & Physiology, Medical Micro-biology, AP Environmental Science and Honors Anatomy & Physiology.  I am looking forward to 2018-2019 and believe it will be the best year yet.  



The Mission of PISD

The mission of Prosper Independent School District is to develop and graduate motivated, academically prepared individuals with the strength of character to make contributions to a rapidly changing society through an educational system that maintains high expectations, provides quality instruction, and establishes a safe, orderly, learning environment in the community that lives its name.


    Afternoons:  Tuesday and Thursday

    Mornings:    Wednesday and Thursday



    Anatomy & Physiology     Room 2129