Rachel Kilgo - ACCESS Facilitator

Rachel Kilgo

ACCESS Facilitator


I am the ACCESS Facilitator for the Distance Learning Lab. I have worked on the Douglas School campus for 22 years. My first 10 years were spent as the Media Paraprofessional for Douglas Elementary School, Sloman Primary School and Douglas Middle School. I have been at Douglas High School since 2009. I have an Associate Degree in Science from Snead State Community College. I enjoyed my time there as a member of The College Street Singers.


I have been married to Ronnie Kilgo for 37 years and we have one son, David Kilgo. Ronnie does Remodeling and Construction, and runs his own business. My son David attended the University of Alabama where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. David works at the Redstone Arsenal for Torch Technology and is in research and development. My daughter-in-law, Meg Kilgo, is a stay at home mom taking care of our grandson Eli. She also does tutoring for Wallace State Community College 2 days a week. David was a National Merit Finalist for Douglas High School and received the most prestigious scholarship package from the University of Alabama. Ronnie, David and I are Douglas High School alumni.


I am a member of Friday's Crossing Missionary Baptist Church. I direct the choir and play the piano for the church. I also share the teaching job of the Youth Sunday School Class.


My weekends are spent doing things with my family and my church family and my greatest moments these days are spending time with my grandson. I write songs and I would rather sing than eat! I love music! I also enjoy going deer hunting in the fall with my husband and son.


Thank you for visiting and I look forward to working with your child.




Rachel Kilgo


ACCESS Facilitator





  • Snead State Community College, Associate Degree in Science

  • Highly Qualified

  • ACCESS Facilitator Training

  • Edgenuity Facilitator Training

  • Web Site Training

  • 2014 ACCESS Facilitator of the Year, State of Alabama

  • Campus sponsor at Douglas High School for First Priority