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Background Information

Employment History

Principal

Homewood High School


Homewood High School Principal


Affiliations

Counsel for Leadership

Member


Alabama Association of Secondary School Principals

Member


Alabama Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development

Member


Education

bachelor's degree

education

Jacksonville State


master's degree

educational administration

University of Montevallo


educational specialist degree

University of Montevallo


doctorate

Samford University


Web References(6 Total References)


www.bhamwiki.com

Kevin MaddoxDr. Kevin Maddox is the principal of Homewood High School, beginning his tenure in the 2008,2009 school year. In 1992, Maddox earned his bachelor's degree in Education from Jacksonville State University.He then received his master's in Educational Administration from the University of Montevallo in 1996 and later also earned his Educational Specialist Degree from Montevallo.Shortly before his promotion to Homewood High principal, he completed his doctorate at Samford University. In 2007, Maddox was appointed principal of Homewood Middle School.


www.otmj.com

Maddox Poised to Lead Patriots at HHS With Focus on Serving Needs of Students Published August 5, 2008 Kevin Maddox Working through the task of locating educational adminstrators in the lazy days of summer, little response was expected from incoming Homewood High School principal Dr. Kevin Maddox.Not only was it the middle of education vacation, but Maddox was logistically off the radar, in the midst of transferring his office from Homewood Middle—where he occupied the position of principal—to Homewood High School. However, in a move indicative of the hands-on approach that will guide Homewood High School this fall, Maddox eliminated the secretary-mediated red tape, calling back personally and consenting to be interviewed on the spot.Set to tackle the role of Homewood High School principal, Maddox acknowledged the difficulty of administering the modern-day high school, often a maelstrom of sports, fine arts, academics and college guidance. Maddox says that satisfying each facet of the diverse high school experience is the distinguishing challenge of high school administration, as opposed to the middle school post he recently occupied. "By the ninth or 10th grade, most students have a conception of where they are headed," Maddox said."We have the task of helping them to accomplish the goals they establish." Simultaneously meeting a variety of needs is something imparted to Maddox as the son of a minister.Maddox deemed his father his primary mentor, stating that "growing up in the house of a minister and educator showed me how to teach and serve others."In addition to the rudiments of education and service gleaned from his father, Maddox has a breadth of academic credentials as well.He obtained his bachelor's degree in education from Jacksonville State in 1992, received a master's degree in educational administration from the University of Montevallo, where he also received an educational specialist degree, and recently garnered a doctorate from Samford University. Rather than enumerate his achievements, which include the 2007 Lawrence Malone Outstanding Principal Award from the University of Montevallo and the Alfa Principal of the Month, Maddox preferred to talk about his role as an educator and goals for Homewood High School. Throughout his career in the educational field, Maddox has occupied an array of positions, including that of teacher, coach, assistant principal and principal.He is also a member of the Alabama Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, Alabama Association of Secondary School Principals, Counsel for Leadership in Alabama Schools and Kiwanis Club.His expertise will be utilized as Homewood faces the challenge of maintaining the superior educational quality cultivated by recent administrators. Homewood High School was recently named one of the top public U.S. high schools by Newsweek magazine.Homewood was ranked 471 out of the 1,300 schools, placing it in the top two percent of schools.The list was formulated based on two factors—the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Cambridge tests, and the number of graduating seniors. Maddox appeared invigorated by the compliment of the Newsweek designation, yet also considers it as a challenge to perpetuate educational excellence.According to colleagues, Maddox is well poised to both sustain Homewood's exemplary record and devise new areas of improvement. "Dr. Maddox is one of the strongest principals I have ever worked with," former Homewood superintendent Dr. Jodi Newton recently remarked.Cleveland also noted that Maddox has a certain passion for seeing his students succeed.Maddox believes a focus on the individual student, in addition to larger system goals, is integral to effective high school administration—a mission he intends to further expand upon in the 2008-09 school year. Indian Springs Brings New Headmaster, Asst. Director Aboard to Lead as Team


www.featherflags-beachflags.com

After Joanna's death, the school principal Kevin Maddox sent home letters, saying that psychologists would be available to discuss what happened with those students who wanted to talk about it.


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Maddox Poised to Lead Patriots at HHS With Focus on Serving Needs of Students
Kevin Maddox Working through the task of locating educational adminstrators in the lazy days of summer, little response was expected from incoming Homewood High School principal Dr. Kevin Maddox. Not only was it the middle of education vacation, but Maddox was logistically off the radar, in the midst of transferring his office from Homewood Middle-where he occupied the position of principal-to Homewood High School. However, in a move indicative of the hands-on approach that will guide Homewood High School this fall, Maddox eliminated the secretary-mediated red tape, calling back personally and consenting to be interviewed on the spot. Set to tackle the role of Homewood High School principal, Maddox acknowledged the difficulty of administering the modern-day high school, often a maelstrom of sports, fine arts, academics and college guidance. Maddox says that satisfying each facet of the diverse high school experience is the distinguishing challenge of high school administration, as opposed to the middle school post he recently occupied. "By the ninth or 10th grade, most students have a conception of where they are headed," Maddox said. "We have the task of helping them to accomplish the goals they establish." Simultaneously meeting a variety of needs is something imparted to Maddox as the son of a minister. Maddox deemed his father his primary mentor, stating that "growing up in the house of a minister and educator showed me how to teach and serve others." In addition to the rudiments of education and service gleaned from his father, Maddox has a breadth of academic credentials as well. He obtained his bachelor's degree in education from Jacksonville State in 1992, received a master's degree in educational administration from the University of Montevallo, where he also received an educational specialist degree, and recently garnered a doctorate from Samford University. Rather than enumerate his achievements, which include the 2007 Lawrence Malone Outstanding Principal Award from the University of Montevallo and the Alfa Principal of the Month, Maddox preferred to talk about his role as an educator and goals for Homewood High School. Throughout his career in the educational field, Maddox has occupied an array of positions, including that of teacher, coach, assistant principal and principal. He is also a member of the Alabama Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, Alabama Association of Secondary School Principals, Counsel for Leadership in Alabama Schools and Kiwanis Club. His expertise will be utilized as Homewood faces the challenge of maintaining the superior educational quality cultivated by recent administrators. Homewood High School was recently named one of the top public U.S. high schools by Newsweek magazine. Homewood was ranked 471 out of the 1,300 schools, placing it in the top two percent of schools. The list was formulated based on two factors-the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Cambridge tests, and the number of graduating seniors. Maddox appeared invigorated by the compliment of the Newsweek designation, yet also considers it as a challenge to perpetuate educational excellence. According to colleagues, Maddox is well poised to both sustain Homewood's exemplary record and devise new areas of improvement. "Dr. Maddox is one of the strongest principals I have ever worked with," former Homewood superintendent Dr. Jodi Newton recently remarked. Cleveland also noted that Maddox has a certain passion for seeing his students succeed. Maddox believes a focus on the individual student, in addition to larger system goals, is integral to effective high school administration-a mission he intends to further expand upon in the 2008-09 school year. 


www.al.com

"Helf has a profound impact on his students that lasts long after high school," said Kevin Maddox, Homewood High principal.


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