Stacy Miles promoted to principal of Eaton High School
Stacy Miles promoted to principal of Eaton High School
Posted on 05/13/2020
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Stacy Miles
Stacy Miles

Northwest ISD has promoted Stacy Miles from her previous position as associate principal of Eaton High School to become the school’s new principal, effective immediately.

Mrs. Miles has served students at Eaton since the school’s opening in 2015, first as an assistant principal before becoming associate principal. In addition to her time at Eaton, Mrs. Miles has a rich history of educating students across Northwest ISD, joining the district in 2007 as a teacher at Medlin Middle School. She went on to teach at Steele Accelerated High School before becoming the Collegiate Academy facilitator at the campus.

“It has been an honor to serve the students, families and staff of Eaton High School as an assistant principal and associate principal, and I am excited to now lead the school as principal,” Mrs. Miles said. “The Eaton Eagle team has truly been my family for the past five years, and having this opportunity is truly a dream come true.”

Before joining Northwest ISD, Mrs. Miles taught in Grapevine-Colleyville ISD and Chino Unified School District, located in California. She has been an instrumental leader in all of her school districts, serving in various roles such as department chair, team leader, mentor coordinator, summer school principal and much more.

In addition to her work experience, Mrs. Miles has led or participated in several professional development initiatives, serving on educational committees and leading professional development at Northwest ISD.

Mrs. Miles earned her bachelor’s degree from Northeast Louisiana University, now known as the University of Louisiana at Monroe, majoring in psychology before earning her teacher certification in English education. She earned her master’s degree in English from Northwestern State University.