A baker’s dozen of new administrative leaders will be joining Charleston County School District (CCSD) for the upcoming 2017-18 school year, including several principals, a deputy superintendent and an attorney.
Cynthia Ambrose comes to CCSD from Virginia’s Loudoun County Public Schools, tapped as the district’s next deputy superintendent of learning services. She will tackle tasks including closing the achievement gap and strengthening college and career readiness levels.
Natalie Ham joins the school district as staff attorney, previously employed as Columbia assistant city attorney and with close to a decade of legal service in both the public and private sector.
New principals have been appointed for three middle schools, one magnet high school, two academies and five elementary or primary schools. The district expressed pride upon welcoming the 13 new leaders.