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In a called meeting on June 24, the Gordon County Board of Education named Mr. Brian Hall principal of Gordon Central High School.  “I am confident that Mr. Hall’s vision to increase learning opportunities for all students, coupled with his genuine passion for teaching and learning, will be tremendous assets as he leads the Warrior Nation and builds upon the excellence that is Gordon Central High School,” commented incoming superintendent, Dr. Kimberly Fraker.

Mr. Hall, who has most recently served as assistant principal at Sonoraville Elementary School, has a vast history with Gordon County Schools.  Mr. Hall grew up in the Gordon County school system, where he attended Tolbert Elementary and Ashworth Middle School before graduating from Gordon Central High School in 2006.  He has also spent his career in the district, having taught at both Ashworth Middle School and Gordon Central before moving into administration. 

When asked about taking on his new position as leader of Gordon Central High School, Mr. Hall commented, “It is an honor and a privilege to be selected as the next principal of Gordon Central High School. I am excited for this homecoming to my alma mater and look forward to working alongside dedicated educators to create purposeful learning experiences for all students. Gordon Central is an amazing school with talented, creative, and hard-working students, and I seek to continue inviting all stakeholders to participate in the learning process as we strengthen our Warrior community and find new opportunities for success after high school.”

Mr. Hall holds a Bachelor of Science degree in secondary English education from Kennesaw State University, a master’s degree in English education from Piedmont College, a specialist in education leadership from Valdosta State University, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in education leadership at Valdosta State.  He and his wife Elisha reside in Calhoun with their son, Beckett.

Mr. Hall will officially assume his role as principal on July 1.