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Noah Hollander named Executive Director of Secondary Schools

Noah Hollander has been hired to serve as the Executive Director of Secondary Schools for Willis ISD. He joins the district from Montgomery ISD, where he has been the principal of Montgomery High School since 2022. Before that, he was a principal of a high school in Michigan for six years. In his sixteen-year career, Hollander has also served as an assistant principal and English and history teacher at the secondary levels. 

“I am excited to be joining the Willis Community and serve a community that values family and prioritizes education,” said Hollander. “Great things are happening at the middle schools and High School, and I am excited to support all of the teachers, administrators, and students as we continue to raise the bar and strive for excellence. It is truly a blessing to join a leadership team that is focused on ensuring that every child counts and every child learns.”

He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Calvin College (Michigan), a Master of Arts in Education Administration from Sam Houston State University, and is currently working on his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from the University of Wisconsin.