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Luke Toy named GRC principal

Updated: Jun 1, 2023

Luke Toy

Luke Toy has been named the 12th principal of George Rogers Clark High School. Clark County Schools Supt. Dustin Howard made the announcement today.

Toy began his career in education in Clark County at Robert D. Campbell Junior High where he spent six years as a 7th & 8th grade science teacher. At RDC, he was involved in coaching baseball and softball, along with helping lead student and staff development projects such as Project Lead the Way, The Leadership Challenge, and Sources of Strength.

For the past two years, Toy has served as assistant principal at Mapleton Elementary, and most recently as an assistant principal at Montgomery County High School.

Calling it "an honor and privilege to once again be able to serve the community of Clark County and to be part of GRC," Toy has a myriad of professional and management experience prior to his time in education that brings a broad spectrum of skills to his administrative style. He holds a B.S. in Construction Engineering, an M.S. in Christian Ministries with an emphasis in Counseling, an M.A. in Teaching, and an M. A. in Educational Leadership.

"Mr. Toy has a strong sense of integrity, a servant’s heart, and a passion to instill value in each individual, ensuring that both students & staff can achieve at their highest level," Supt. Howard said.

"Clark County’s future is very bright and I look forward to getting to know the staff and students better at GRC, and to build on the foundation that has already been set," Toy said. "Together, with the support of our families, staff and students, I believe the sky's the limit to what we are able to achieve.”


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