HPU welcomed the first cohort of principal candidates to the Leadership Academy. Cohort I began their journey to earning an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership in January 2017.
Leadership Collaboration – Cohorts I and II
HPU welcomed the second cohort of principal candidates to the Leadership Academy. Cohort II began their journey to earning an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership in May 2017.
Leadership Collaboration – Cohorts I and II
Jennifer Cooper, assistant principal at Montlieu Elementary and Cohort II graduate presents at CREATE Conference at HPU (10/11/19).
Congratulations Beth Dodson, Cohort II, for being named Davie County’s Special Education Program Specialist!
HPU is pleased to welcome the third cohort of principal candidates to the Leadership Academy. Beginning in August 2018, these individuals start their journey to earning an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership.
Academy Cohorts III and IV are Underway
The HPU Leadership Academy began its third cohort in the fall of 2018 and is excited to begin work with its fourth cohort in January 2019. Cohort III has 17 candidates representing partnering districts which include Alamance-Burlington Schools, Asheboro City Schools, Cabarrus County Schools, Elkin City Schools, Mount Airy City Schools, Newton-Conover City Schools, Lincoln County Schools, Vance County Schools, Winston-Salem/Forsyth Schools, and Yadkin County Schools.
The seventeen candidates came together for the first time on August 1 for a day long orientation. During this orientation, they were provided with expectations, guidelines, fun activities, and a campus tour. They were also able to meet and discuss the program with members from cohort I & II of the HPULA. What a great group! We look forward to working with them on this journey!
Cohort IV has 16 candidates who will represent partnering districts which include Asheboro City Schools, Davie County Schools, Guilford County Schools, Lincoln County Schools and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. They will come together for the first time on January 11, 2019 for an extensive orientation reflective of cohort III’s orientation.
Cohort III Student, Randy Raines, Facilitates Open Space Forum
Click here to view highlights of Cohort III student, Randy Raines, during his internship. Randy Raines facilitates an Open Space Forum with teachers during his internship.
Assistant Principal at Balfour Elementary
in Asheboro, shares the real story of her school.
Click here to read!
HPU is pleased to welcome the fourth cohort of principal candidates to the Leadership Academy. Beginning in January 2019, these individuals start their journey to earning an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership.
Cohort IV stretches their thinking at the Center for Creative Leadership.
We’re pleased to welcome our next Leadership Academy candidates to High Point University. Beginning in August 2020, 32 aspiring leaders join us from these partnering school districts: Cabarrus, Catawba, Davie, Guilford, Lincoln, Mooresville, Mt. Airy, Union, Winston-Salem/Forsyth, Vance and Yadkin. These individuals will participate in a full two year program, and they will serve as fulltime interns during the 2021-22 school year.
|Cohort V||District||Cohort VI||District|
|Chris Forbis||Cabarrus||Jill Chiles||Catawba|
|Shirma Stover||Cabarrus||Katie Helms||Catawba|
|Teresa Carter||Davie||Daniel Boone||GCS|
|SaraLe Matson||GCS||Antonia Elam||GCS|
|Erick Pryor||GCS||Avery Steele||GCS|
|Lisa Weisgarber-Trigg||GCS||Anthony Tangredi||GCS|
|Matthew Vaughn||GCS||Kadrien Wilson||GCS|
|Deborah Birchett||Mooresville||Emily Kerley||Lincoln|
|Tabitha Richardson||Mooresville||Kaylor Kaemba||Mooresville|
|Christina McDowell||Union||Zsaquia Green||GCS|
|Sam Smithson||Union||Amanda Stinchcomb||Union|
|Katiana Desgrottes||WS/FCS||Justin Leath||Union|
|Monique Marshall||WS/FCS||Brittany Marshall||Union|
|Angela Cusaac||Vance||N-Kenga Reich||WS/FCS|
|Dora Moldovan||Vance||Douglas Smith||WS/FCS|
|Dalton Tedder||Mt. Airy||Hannah Andrews||Yadkin|
Congratulations to Chris Forbis!! who was recognized as Teacher of the Year at Hickory Ridge High School in Cabarrus County!!
Congratulations to Anthony Tangredi!!!
The 2020-21 Teacher of the Year for the Academy at Smith: Academy of Biomedical Technology and Specialized Health Sciences is Anthony Tangredi. Mr. Tangredi teaches mathematics at the Academy and has been a part of the Eagle family for three years and has been teaching for sixteen years. He is currently enrolled with the High Point University Leadership Academy to become an administrator in Guilford County Schools.