Highland Park High School Principal Brad Swanson is stepping down after accepting a job with nearby District 225.
Swanson, who has been principal for six years, will leave the job July 1, according to a press release from the district. He will become the assistant superintendent for human resources at District 225, which is comprised of Glenbrook North and Glenbrook South high schools.
“Brad's relationship with students and staff has created a close-knit learning community that strives to meet the needs of all students,” the release states. “He is a talented educator who will continue to serve students and families effectively.”
District 113 will begin the search for his replacement immediately.
“The District is confident that the principal position at HPHS is a desirable role and that many qualified candidates will show interest in this opportunity,” the release says.
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