Cecily Huston graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelor’s degree in zoology with a concentration in marine biology. Her passion for the ocean brought her to Florida after graduation where she worked as a fisheries biologist for Florida Fish and Wildlife from 2014-2017. During her time at FWC, she worked on her master’s degree in environmental science where she focused her research on the endangered smalltooth sawfish in the Charlotte Harbor Estuary. After obtaining her master’s degree, she wanted to share her passion for science and the environment with the younger generation and decided to become a teacher. She has been working for Lee County Schools since 2017.
In her free time, Mrs. Huston enjoys spending time with family, enjoying the outdoors, and fishing. Mrs. Huston is honored to be a part of the FSW Collegiate High School team and looks forward to getting students excited about science!