Mrs. Kara Walters



Degrees and Certifications:

B.S. Exercise and Sports Science Southwest Texas State University M.S. Educational Leadership University of Texas of the Permian Basin TEA Certifications: Secondary English Language Arts Secondary Geography Secondary Physical Education ELL Supplemental K-12 Principal Schedule A Day 1st Period Eng IV - mtayv3i 2nd Period Eng IV - movtpdg 3rd Period Conference 4th Period Soccer - ksbx6ds B Day 5th Period Eng IV - wi67s3h 6th Period Eng IV - 6n6hziq 7th Period Eng IV - zhnwism 8th Period Conference

Mrs. Kara Walters

Kara Walters joined the BISD family as an English teacher and Head Girls Soccer Coach at Champion High School in 2017. 

Walters' teaching career began at Judson High School, where she specialized in at-risk students for five years. 

Following a short sabbatical to stay home with her children, Walters then spent two years teaching at Harvest Schools, a private Christian school district.

In 2006, Walters joined Northside ISD and spent two years teaching English at her alma mater, John Jay High School, and two years at Brandeis High School. It was during this time at Northside that Walters joined the coaching staff as an assistant coach.

In 2010, Walters took a position as the Head Girls Soccer Coach and middle school P.E. teacher at San Antonio Christian School. At SACS, Walters led the girls soccer team to a record of 107-55-14 over seven years. The team made five Final Four appearances in the TAPPS Division 2 state playoffs and brought home the State Championship in 2015.

In the last three seasons as head coach at Champion, Walters has led the Lady Chargers to a record of 59-10-4.

Walters’ lifelong passion for teaching can be seen both in the classroom and on the field. She believes having a growth-mindset is critical for teachers and students alike and is constantly looking for ways to learn and do things better.

Walters holds a USSF National D Soccer License and is an active member of THSCA, TASCO and USC.

She and her husband, Matt, have two children – Trisha, a senior at Tarleton State, and Reid, a sophomore at Southeastern University.