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New LHS Principal Named

Mike Robison has been named the new principal of Loganville High School.

Beginning in June of the year, Mike Robison will become the new principal of . The appointment was announced at the meeting Tuesday. Robison replaces current

"I have had the privilege of working with the LHS students, staff, parents, and community for the past eight years," Robison, who has been an assistant principal at LHS since 2006, said in a press release. "I am honored and excited about this opportunity to continue my service to our great school as principal.” 

After serving in the Marine Corps for four years, Robison became a high school science teacher.  He taught at Burke County and Newton County High Schools before starting at LHS in 2004.  In 2006 he was tapped as an assistant principal for LHS. 

“Mr. Robison has worked for Walton County Public Schools at Loganville High School for eight years both as a high school teacher and high school assistant principal," Walton County Public Schools Superintendent Gary Hobbs said in the release. "He is well respected by the staff, students, and parents and he will continue to be a great advocate for them.  Under Mr. Robison’s leadership I fully expect that the outstanding traditions of Loganville High School will continue.”

Robison received his undergraduate degree from Georgia Southern University.  He earned both his Masters and Specialist degrees from the University of Georgia.

Robison and his wife, Patti, live in Loganville with their three children. 

“Loganville is a great place to raise a family," Robison said. "We live here and our children go to school here, it is an amazing community.”

Robison’s wife works as a counselor at Atha Road Elementary.

Looking to future Robison said, “Loganville High School is an outstanding school and I look forward to being part of furthering the tradition of excellence focused on student learning and achievement.  Our top priority as a school will continue to be promoting our students’ learning and preparing them to be successful after high school.  I appreciate the LHS community and their support of our school."

 (Editor's Note: This was from a press release from Walton County Public Schools)

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