Middleburg Community Charter School has appointed Stephen Robinson, an educator with 13 years of experience, as principal.
Robinson became vice principal of Imagine Hope Community Charter School in Washington, D.C. in 2015. The following year, the school was awarded the Imagine School of the Year, which is given to the highest-rated school in the Imagine Charter Network of over 60 schools, according to MCCS officials.
“Creating a great school begins with building relationships with each other. The staff at MCCS is committed to providing rigorous instruction that is based on critical thinking, collaboration and creativity. I am confident that MCCS will provide each scholar with an education that is both challenging and unique. My desire is that every family in Loudoun has the aspiration to send their child to a school such as MCCS,” Robinson said in a prepared statement.
Robinson was also named Teacher of the Year in D.C. in 2010.
MCCS is a public charter school open to all Loudoun residents K-5. To speak with Principal Robinson or to schedule a tour, you can call 540-687-5048.