Mrs. Howell grew up in Luthersville, Ga. She attended the University of Georgia from 1995-2000 earning a BSED in Science Education, while specializing in physics. Mrs. Howell began her teaching career with Fulton County in 2000. In 2005, she earned her MEd in Secondary Science Education from Georgia State University and in 2022 she earned an EdS in Curriculum and Instruction from Berry College. She became a Longhorn in August of 2014. She teaches AP Physics C: Mechanics and Electricity and Magnetism. She is the head coach for Science Olympiad and Physics Team.

Ms. Lang is from Woodstock, Georgia in Cherokee county. She attended Georgia Southern University from 2008-2012 earning a BA in Physics. She then attended Kennesaw State University earning her MAT in Physics Education. Ms. Lang began her teaching career at Cambridge High School in Fulton county and has been a member of the Longhorn nation since the fall of 2015. She teaches AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2. She is the head football cheerleading coach.

Mr. Youngblood is from Kentwood, Michigan. He attended Michigan State University where he received a BS in chemistry with a minor in mathematics. Additionally, he was accepted to MSU's Education Program and earned his teaching certificate upon graduation. Mr. Youngblood moved to Georgia and began teaching at North Forsyth High School in the fall of 2007. In 2009 transferred to Lambert, part of the inaugural staff. Mr. Youngblood has been primarily a chemistry teacher throughout most his career. Starting in 2018 he joined the AP Physics Team, teaching AP Physics 1. Mr. Youngblood is the head softball coach and the head boy's golf coach here at Lambert.