NCC Vo-Tech is pleased to announce that Dr. Chad Harrison has been appointed by the NCC Vo-Tech Board of Education as the new principal for St. Georges Technical High School, succeeding Dr. Shanta Reynolds who has been named Director of Teaching, Learning, and Equity for the school district.
Dr. Harrison has served the school district for the past 8 years as a St. Georges assistant principal. Prior to his time with St. Georges, he worked for seven years at Caesar Rodney High School in Camden, Delaware, first as a technology education teacher and then as Dean of Students.
“Coming from a family of public educators, I am most honored to be given the opportunity to serve as the next principal of St. Georges Technical High School,” said Dr. Harrison. “I was fortunate to work closely with Dr. Reynolds, and I am excited to succeed him in this new leadership role to assure that St. Georges continues to be the school of choice for many students in New Castle County.”
“The principal not only serves as a school’s instructional leader, but also shapes the school culture to support student success,” said NCC Vo-Tech School District Superintendent Dr. Joseph Jones. “Dr. Harrison’s focus on Career and Technical Education and outreach initiatives in the community makes him an excellent choice to carry on the high expectations set for St. Georges students and staff.”
Dr. Harrison earned a Doctorate in Administration and Policy from the University of Delaware. He earned a Master’s in School Leadership from Wilmington University, and a Bachelor’s in Technology and Engineering Education from Utah State University.