Open vision bar

John Noll Named Principal of ECS

John Noll

John Noll will return to Elkhorn Crossing School to serve as principal.   Noll has served as principal of Royal Spring Middle School since 2017 and was previously dean of students at ECS for four years.

“I have so enjoyed my time at RSMS with the students and staff,” Noll reflected.  “Although it is hard to leave RSMS, I look forward to the new opportunities working at ECS.”

Superintendent Dr. Kevin Hub stated, “John Noll has a strong foundation in Career and Technical Education (CTE).  He is a collaborative instructional leader who realizes the importance of building relationships with students, staff, and parents.”

"Elkhorn Crossing School is excited to welcome Mr. Noll back to the place where he began his leadership career,” commented ECS teacher Amanda Burrows.  “He already has strong relationships with students and staff members at ECS, he knows and understands the school's vision, and he will continue to maintain the aspects of our school that make it unique while leading us to continued innovation with his energy and passion for education."  Burrows served on the principal selection committee.

Assistant Superintendent Billy Parker led the selection committee.  “John Noll has a vision for Elkhorn Crossing School.  He has a strong understanding of the unique learning environment the school offers and will continue to strengthen the culture of excellence at ECS.”

Noll served as a social studies teacher at Scott County High School from 1999-2013.  He holds a Rank I in School Administration, a Master of Arts in Education, and a Bachelor of Arts in History all from the University of Kentucky.

As principal at ECS, Noll looks forward to working with students and staff as well as businesses, community leaders, and representatives from higher education.

“I believe strongly in CTE education and know ECS has the important job of preparing the next generation of college ready and work ready students,” Noll said.

John Noll and wife Christina have three children, Thomas, Henry, and Catherine. 

Back to School News      Print News Article