Athens City Schools Board of Education Superintendent

Dr. Trey Holladay

Phone: 256.233.6600

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Degrees and Certifications:

Ed.D. Educational Leadership & Strategic Change, Lipscomb University Ed.S. Educational Leadership, Lincoln Memorial University M.Ed. Educational Leadership, University of West Alabama B.S. Social Science, Athens State University

Dr. Trey Holladay

Trey Holladay is a thirty-two-year veteran public school educator with twenty-seven years spent in educational leadership.  He holds an undergraduate degree from Athens State University in social science, a master’s degree from The University of West Alabama in educational leadership, a specialist degree from Lincoln Memorial University in educational leadership and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Strategic Change from Lipscomb University. He is in his fourth year as superintendent of the Athens City Schools system. His previous experience includes system-wide administrator, high school principal, elementary principal, assistant principal, athletic director, classroom teacher, and head football coach within the state of Alabama.

Trey has been a frequent speaker on best practices in continuous school improvement and special education on both the national and state levels:  he has spoken at the Consortium of School Networking in Atlanta, Georgia; the National Association of State Special Education Directors in Williamsburg, Virginia; The American Society of Quality in Education in St. Louis, Missouri; and the Alabama State Department of Education’s Mega Conference and Alabama Transitions on best practices in special education models.  He has served as a mentor for new principals and assistant principals throughout the state.  In the past, he served as the president of the state principals’ association and was selected as the Alabama Secondary Principal of the Year.

He believes in life-long learning and frequently attends continuing education conferences on instructional leadership and business improvement.  He has been married to his wife, Deborah, for thirty years.  They have two children:  Will, a graduate of Auburn University and Mary Kate, a senior at the University of Alabama.