Office of High School Education
The Office of High School Education promotes the mission, goals, and core beliefs of the LCPS Strategic Framework to the staff and students at all high schools and the Academies of Loudoun. The Director of High School Education is responsible for the support, supervision, and evaluation of 19 principals.
As a principal supervisor, the Director coaches and supports principals while engaging in effective learning strategies to help principals grow as leaders of learning. This is accomplished by assisting leaders to focus direction, cultivate collaborative structures, deepen student learning, and secure accountability. This office supports principals with ongoing, research-based professional development to strengthen the connection between vision and action. This office provides assistance in the development of the school improvement plan, aligns division resources in support of the plan, and monitors progress towards established goals. The Director assists principals in monitoring school operations, provide advice on the implementation of policies, and respond to community inquiries about school operations in collaboration with the Office of School Administration.
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Principal of the Year AwardThe Washington Post Principal of the Year Award seeks to recognize those principals who go beyond the day-to-day demands of their position to create an exceptional educational environment. Nominations may be made by anyone (teachers, students, former students, parents, other administrators, or the general public). Only principals can be nominated - not assistant principals, other administrators, or supervisors. Information will be forthcoming with a nomination form. Contact the Department of Human Resources & Talent Development to nominate a Principal at 571-252-1100.
School Day and Extended Day Field Trip Permission Form
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Teacher of the Year AwardThe Washington Post established the Teacher of the Year Award to recognize teachers who exemplify excellence in their profession. The recipient also serves as the Loudoun County Teacher of the Year. Nomination form coming soon. Contact the Department of Human Resources & Talent Development to nominate a teacher at 571-252-1100.