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Dr. Vic Wilson

Superintendent

Hartselle City Schools

HQ Phone: (256) 773-5419

Hartselle City Schools

305 College St. Ne

Hartselle, Alabama 35640

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Principal
Homewood High School

Superintendent
Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce

Principal
Mountain Brook Schools

Teacher
Shelby County Schools

Assistant Principal
Homewood City Schools

Education



Meek High School



University of Alabama


history and English
University of Alabama

Ed.D.

Hartselle City Schools

bachelor's degree
English and History education
The University of Alabama

degree
May

doctorate in education

Samford University

master's degree
educational administration
Samford University

Web References (84 Total References)


Dr. Vic Wilson is the ...

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Dr. Vic Wilson is the superintendent of Hartselle City Schools, a system of more than 3,200 students in six schools. He has held the position since 2013, when he came to Hartselle after serving as principal of Mountain Brook High School in Birmingham.


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The Hoover Board of Education interviewed Dr. Paul "Vic" Wilson for the Hoover superintendent position on Thursday, April 23.more »
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The candidate, Dr. Paul “Vicâ€� Wilson, is superintendent of Hartselle City Schools. more »


Hoover Board of Education

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The Hoover Board of Education interviewed Dr. Paul "Vic" Wilson for the Hoover superintendent position on Thursday, April 23. http://280living.com/news/superintendent-finalist-vic-wilson-tells-hoover-board-of-edu/ http://280living.com/news/superintendent-finalist-vic-wilson-tells-hoover-board-of-edu/

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The candidate, Dr. Paul “Vic� Wilson, is superintendent of Hartselle City Schools. http://280living.com/news/hoover-school-board-interviewing-the-3rd-of-4-superintendent/ http://280living.com/news/hoover-school-board-interviewing-the-3rd-of-4-superintendent/


Hoover School Board interviews second superintendent finalist April 22 - 280Living.com

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The other two finalists, set to be interviewed on April 23 and April 27, respectively, are Dr. Paul "Vic" Wilson, superintendent of Hartselle, Ala. city schools, and Dr. Kathy Murphy, superintendent of Monroe County (Ala.) schools.Â

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Three of the four finalists  - Wilson, Murphy and Ledbetter - received their education doctorates from Alabama colleges and have been principals in state schools.
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About the candidate: Wilson has the strongest ties to the Hoover area, having spent 18 of his 20 years involved in education in Shelby and Jefferson counties. He has a bachelor’s in English and history education from the University of Alabama, a master’s in educational administration from Samford University and an education doctorate from Samford.
Wilson began his career in 1995 as a teacher in Shelby County schools, then spent four years as a teacher in Homewood City Schools before being promoted to assistant principal in the Homewood school system from 1999 to 2002. He was assistant principal at Mountain Brook High School from 2002 to 2006, then became principal at Homewood High from 2006 to 2008.
Wilson worked as principal at Mountain Brook High School from 2008 until 2013. He has led the 3,050-student Hartselle City Schools as superintendent since July 2013.


Superintendent finalist Vic Wilson tells Hoover Board of Education why he deserves to be its leader - 280Living.com

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Dr. Paul “Vic� Wilson, who lived in Hoover's Bluff Park community for 16 years, says he knows how great city schools are as a parent. Now he wants to take city schools to even higher heights as its leader.
Thursday, April 23, Wilson, one of four finalists seeking to become the next superintendent of Hoover City Schools, got the chance to make his pitch on why he deserves the job during an interview at the Hoover Board of Education building,
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Wilson said Hartselle, located near Decatur and Huntsville in north Alabama, is similar to Hoover in that its education system draws in parents seeking a better education for their children. Of Hartselle’s 3,050 students, about 550 of them live outside the city, but have parents who pay a tuition in order to get their kids enrolled in Hartselle schools, he said.
Hoover school board members asked Wilson if he has any concerns in possibly moving from a Hartselle school system of six schools and 3,000 students to a Hoover system that has 17 schools and 14,000 students. Wilson said he is up to the challenge.
“I don’t have any concerns. I know every nook and cranny of Hoover as I lived here 16 years,� he said.
Wilson said his strength is in building relationships, both with city leaders and business leaders, something he would continue as Hoover’s school superintendent. “I’m a people person,� he said.
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Just as Hoover’s school system is gaining a reputation for its career academies that prepare students for college and professional careers, Wilson said Hartselle is doing the same through career academies in health care, other business professions and welding.
“We’ve got to demand excellence and not accept mediocrity,� Wilson said.
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Here is background on Wilson:
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About the candidate: Wilson has the strongest ties to the Hoover area, having spent 18 of his 20 years involved in education in Shelby and Jefferson counties. He has a bachelor’s in English and history education from the University of Alabama, a master’s in educational administration from Samford University and an education doctorate from Samford.
Wilson began his career in 1995 as a teacher in Shelby County schools, then spent four years as a teacher in Homewood City Schools before being promoted to assistant principal in the Homewood school system from 1999 to 2002. He was assistant principal at Mountain Brook High School from 2002 to 2006, then became principal at Homewood High from 2006 to 2008.
Wilson worked as principal at Mountain Brook High School from 2008 until 2013. He has led the 3,050-student Hartselle City Schools as superintendent since July 2013.
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