Meet The Principal

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I am a product of two parents who were administrators in the Broward County Public School System. I graduated from Dillard High School in 1995 in the top 3% of my class. I participated in two sports (football and baseball) in addition to being a member of the JROTC, National Honor Society, McKnight Achievers, and High Tech Computer Program.


I received an athletic and academic scholarship to attend Bethune Cookman University. I graduated from Bethune in 1999 with a Bachelor's Degree in Varying Exceptionalities K-12. After graduation, I returned home to follow in my parents' footsteps.


During my fourteen years working for the Broward County School Board, I concurrently obtained my Master's Degree from Nova Southeastern University in Educational Leadership and received certification in Childcare Development from Broward College. While working in education, I taught students in the area of Pre-K, Elementary, Middle and High School. I noticed on all levels, the lack of men in education. Every school I worked had an average of three to five men and that is counting the custodian and resource officers.

Being a father, I realize the importance of a positive male leading by example. I enjoy spending time helping my own children as well as other children that I meet and help them grow into adulthood. I have mentored, coached, as well as tutored many students who have gone on to become productive contributors to our society.

Being apart of starting this All Boys School in 2013 was the best decision I could have made. Over the years I have seen several boys grow into young men and seeing them off to college was a dream for some but is now a reality.  Being able to leave my mark on the life of another young man so that he will one day return the favor to another young boy looking for love and direction is my prayer. Put God First in your Life and pray often as a family will cause blessings to fall down upon you. 

 

"Make the Time for Your Children, It is easier to fix a lost child than a broken man"