KimberlyHill19Dr. Kimberly A. Hill
Term: July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2021

Dr. Kimberly A. Hill is a career educator serving her second term as Superintendent of Charles County Public Schools (CCPS).

Under Dr. Hill’s leadership, CCPS has become a national model for computer science education. Her development of a partnership with and expansion of the school system’s curriculum has provided every student – from prekindergarten to grade 12 – exposure to the skills computer science offers. She has shared CCPS success on panels and roundtables across Maryland, at the White House and on Wall Street.

Prior to her 2013 appointment as Superintendent, Dr. Hill served as principal of North Point High School, Charles County’s largest high school and center for science, industry and technology career pathway programs. Dr. Hill started her 30-year career in education as a social studies teacher at Maurice J. McDonough High School, her high school alma mater. She also previously served as vice principal at several schools.

CCPS named Dr. Hill as the 2013 Principal of the Year, and she also was honored as the recipient of the 2013 Washington Post Distinguished Educational Leadership Award.

Dr. Hill earned her doctorate degree in Educational Leadership and Policy from The George Washington University. She received a master of education in education administration and supervision from the University of Maryland, College Park and a bachelor of arts in political science and history from High Point University in North Carolina.

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