Carl Armstrong Selected As New Principal Of Kenwood High School
TOWSON - Baltimore County Public Schools has appointed Carl Armstrong as the new Principal at Kenwood High School.
The new principal is stepping into the role with 16 years of experience within the school to guide his decision-making. Before his appointment, Armstrong served as Assistant Principal at Parkville High School. His tenure at the Baltimore County Public Schools also includes roles as a Spanish teacher and World Languages Department Chair at Perry Hall High School between 2010 and 2017. Before joining Perry Hall, Armstrong taught at Deer Park Middle Magnet from 2007 to 2010, also as the World Languages Department Chair.
Armstrong holds a bachelor's degree in Spanish from Michigan State University and a master's in School Administration and Supervision from Johns Hopkins University.
In a statement, Baltimore County Councilman David Marks said he looks forward to collaborating with the new principal.
"I look forward to partnering with Julie Henn, Baltimore County Board of Education, as we support Principal Armstrong and his team."
Board of Education of Baltimore County member Julie Henn also warmly welcomed Armstrong, saying, "Congratulations to Mr. Carl Armstrong on his appointment to Principal of Kenwood High School. I look forward to meeting with Principal Armstrong very soon and am excited to welcome him to Kenwood and to offer our full support!"
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