Dr. Brandon Wolfe, Principal
I am excited to take on another school year with the amazing faculty and staff here at Potomac Falls High School. I started here in 2017, and every year, we have seen new successes and challenges, and we have celebrated our success and embraced our challenges. This past year, our students and staff saw increases in nearly every category of academic achievement. Our school returned to the U.S. News and World Report Best High Schools list, achieved ranking on Jay Matthews challenge index, and became the first LCPS school to offer DE English 11/12. Our graduating class was offered over 11 million dollars in scholarships last year, and these are just a few of the things we have accomplished.
At Potomac Falls, we focus on delivering high quality instruction to our students, we have comprehensive response to intervention procedures that we implement when students need additional support, and lastly, we work as a high performing professional learning community. Our staff members learn from each other, and all staff contribute to the greater good of the school.
We empower all students to make meaningful contributions to the world by offering an engaging learning experience and encouraging students to find their niche and challenge themselves both academically and personally. We offer over 70 different clubs and activities, varsity sports, and a thriving fine and performing arts department.
I am a native of central PA (outside Harrisburg), lived in Philadelphia, and have extended family in Pittsburgh. I completed my undergraduate work at the University of Pittsburgh with dual majors in History and Anthropology before receiving a Masters of Education Degree from George Mason University in Special Education. I received my Doctorate from The George Washington University in 2015 and I occasionally teach at GW in the Education Leadership department.
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