Martha Land began a career in education that spans nearly 37 years. During this time, she has served as a teacher, assistant Principal,
and Principal in the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School System. In the summer of 1992, Mrs. Land assumed the principal ship of Mt. Tabor High
School. She inherited a mediocre athletic program but envisioned what might be. Through a combination of wise decision-making, dedication,
vision and leadership, Mrs. Land transformed the average into the elite.Mount Tabor High School has since emerged as one of the finest
high schools in North Carolina. Tabor has long been regarded as one of the area's finest academic and artistic high school. U. S.
News and World Report identified Mount Tabor High School as one of the top 500 high schools in America.
Under Martha's leadership,Mount Tabor has won 12 state titles, 35 regional championships, two runners-up in 4-A football, 10 Wachovia Cups, and three State
Wachovia Cups. The athletic program has become an important part of the growing traditions of Mount Tabor. She believes in the three
A's (Academics, Arts, and Athletics) of education rather than just the three R's.
Mount Tabor High
1998 --- Co-Host The Twenty-fourth Frank Spencer Holiday Classic.
1999-2000 --- Vice President of the North Carolina High
School Athletic Association 2000-2001 --- President of the NCHSAA
2000 --- Served on the Advisory to Executive Director Committee
She has served as conference president of the CPC three times and Metro conference once. Served for seven years in the NCHSAA in