Sarah Reynolds was named the principal of Corinth Holders High at the August Johnston County Board of Education meeting held on Tuesday, Aug. 9.
Reynolds received her Master of School Administration from East Carolina University in 2013. She has served in education for the last 17 years, 16 of those being with Johnston County Public Schools. Most recently, Reynolds served as principal of Cleveland Middle School. She has been in that role since 2017.
“While I will miss my Cleveland Middle family, I am excited for this opportunity to serve the Corinth Holders Community and work with the awesome students, parents, and staff at Corinth Holders High School,” said Reynolds. “I know that we will excel together as a school, and I am proud to become a member of the Pirate Nation!
Reynolds brings a wealth of education and leadership experience to her new role. She began her career in public education as a mathematics and AVID teacher at Smithfield-Selma High, and has also served as an assistant principal and principal.
“We look forward to seeing all of the great things Ms. Reynolds will accomplish at Corinth Holders High School,” said JCPS Superintendent Dr. Eric Bracy. “Corinth Holders is a wonderful community and I feel confident that the students and staff will thrive under her leadership.”