Dr. Lisa Stanley, Superintendent
It's been my pleasure to serve the families of North Texas Collegiate Academy since August 2001 when we first opened two small campuses in Denton County. After serving as a campus principal for 9 years, I moved into the role of Assistant Superintendent over Student Services and then became the Superintendent in 2012. Watching these schools grow and serving this community has truly been a privilege.
I am an avid student and am always looking for ways to grow professionally so I can better serve our school community. Currently, I'm working toward my National Superintendent Certification through the American Association of School Administrators and will graduate in February 2021. Additionally, I am completing my Certificate of School Management and Leadership through Harvard University; I'll finish that program in July 2021.
When I'm not at school, my time is spent in my faith, with my family, and on our farm. I also serve on the Board of Directors for Denton County Friends of the Family (a non-profit organization serving women and children who are victims of sexual or domestic abuse).
As we prepare for our 20th year of service at NTxCA, I continue to operate under the beliefs:
*Teachers matter; in fact, they are the most influential members of our team. It's my duty to ensure that our teachers have the support, the training, and the resources they need to provide the highest-quality instruction and environment for our students.
*Students matter. All students deserve to be loved and treated as if they were my own children. They should be known by name, strength, and need.
*Parents matter. Parents have choices for their children's education and we appreciate the faith they've placed in us to serve them.
I can't imagine working at any other district because the staff, students, and parents at NTxCA are part of my family now. If I can be of service to you in any way, please call or email me.
Dr. Lisa Stanley