The Oldham County High School SBDM Council has selected Dr. Natalie Brown to be the next principal of Oldham County’s largest high school.
Dr. Brown currently serves as principal of Carroll County High School and will officially join Oldham County High School on July 1, 2022. During her time in Carroll County, she worked to continue building a strong sense of community and academic excellence.
“As a resident of Oldham County, I look forward to serving the students and families in my community. My immediate goal is getting to know the various stakeholders and establishing two-way communication so that we can make OCHS even greater than it already is," said Dr. Brown. “This is an opportunity of a lifetime for me, and I'm thrilled to lead the Oldham County Colonels.”
Dr. Brown has 24 years of experience in educational development, classroom management, and student empowerment. She has served both in the classroom and in administration, pulling from her diverse background to help lead and strengthen school communities. In addition to working with local schools, Dr. Brown has worked directly with the Kentucky Department of Education as an education recovery specialist, championed literacy initiatives, and served on audit committees to determine leadership capacities and priorities in schools across the state.
“We are excited to add Dr. Brown to our growing team of exceptional educational leaders here at Oldham County Schools," said Superintendent Dr. Jason Radford. “I know her diverse experiences and keen leadership skills will allow her to lead Oldham County High School to continued success.”
We thank the Oldham County High School SBDM Council for their time and commitment to finding the best educator to lead Oldham County High School into the future.