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GMC Prep Principal Promoted to Assistant Superintendent

GMC Prep Principal Promoted to Assistant Superintendent

Georgia Military College Prep School will undergo a leadership change at the end of the 2020-2021 school year when Principal Pam Grant will transition to the position of GMC Prep School Assistant Superintendent, reporting to GMC President and Prep School Superintendent, Lieutenant General (Retired) William B. Caldwell, IV. GMC Prep School Vice Principal Dr. Steve Greer will be promoted and assume the role of Principal.

“I couldn’t be more thrilled that Pam has agreed to stay on next year as Assistant Superintendent,” said Caldwell. “Pam has been with us since the beginning of her professional career and has helped grow the Prep School exponentially. Having her expertise in a new way next year will only help us to provide the best possible educational experience for our students.”

Grant has been with GMC Prep School since 1986, starting as an English teacher before advancing to Assistant Principal in 2005 and Principal in 2015. She will remain with GMC Prep School serving as Assistant Superintendent for the 2021-2022 academic year, a time of expansion when the Prep School will add kindergarten through second grade.

Under Grant’s tenure as principal, GMC Prep School has maintained students’ AP scores that exceed state and global pass rates, had record levels of student Dual Enrollment participation, recorded a 100% graduation rate for more than a decade, won multiyear consecutive state championships in sports and the performing arts, initiated and has grown the number of “Class Of” endowed scholarships funded by current students to support future students, had more than $9 million in college scholarship funds awarded to graduates from 2015 to 2019, added the Visual Arts program, and added kindergarten through fifth grade.

“I am extremely honored to be moving to the role of Assistant Superintendent and to still be able to contribute to the Prep School in a whole new way,” said Grant. “Having the opportunity to be a part of the last piece of our expansion as we add grades K-2 later this year is something very special and dear to me, and I could not be more excited about the future of the Prep School. I am also excited to see Dr. Steve Greer become the Principal of the Prep School, and I know under his