Charleston County School District (CCSD) has named Kim Wilson executive director for the Secondary Learning Community.
Wilson has been the principal at R.B. Stall High School for several years.
A career educator and recipient of the 2013 South Carolina Principal of the Year award, Wilson was previously the associate principal and director of guidance at Wando. He also served as a teacher in Horry County and in Wood County, West Virginia.
He earned his bachelors in education from Glenville State College; his master’s in counseling and rehabilitation and physical education from Marshall University; and a specialist’s degree in education from The Citadel.
He has won many awards, such as Administrator of the Year in 2006, Assistant Principal of the Year for 2002-03, and Counselor of the Year for 1988-89.
"Mr. Wilson is known for his dedication to his students and his passion for education," CCSD Superintendent Gerrita Postlewait said. "He is a superb leader and possesses the talent and skills to support all CCSD secondary schools in a most effective way."
Wilson will start his new job once a transition plan has been developed for Stall High School.
Charleston County School District (CCSD) is the second-largest school system in the state, encompassing a blend of urban, suburban and rural schools.