jeff maysey - new nhhs principal

The North Hardin High School Site-Based Decision Making Council has asked Assistant Principal Jeff Maysey to be the next NHHS principal.

“I am so honored to be a part of Trojan Nation,” Maysey said. “The North Hardin High School family is comprised of tremendous students, staff, families and alumni. I look forward to serving our school as principal and to maintain the legacy of success and pride.”

Maysey has served as an assistant principal at NHHS since 2016. After a six-year stint as a broadcast journalist in the United States Army, he started teaching. He was asked to serve as the principal at Bonnieville Elementary in Hart County in 2004. He has also been the principal at Eastern Elementary in Barren County. He went back to the classroom and then was asked to be an assistant principal at Allen-County Scottsville High School. A family move led him to Jessamine County Schools where he served as a coach in the Positive Approach to Student Success (PASS) program. Another family move brought him to North Hardin in 2016.

“Mr. Maysey has been an important part of North Hardin’s success since he arrived,” HCS Superintendent Teresa Morgan said. “He has taken time to develop meaningful relationships with students and staff.  He will continue to promote the pride of Trojan Nation.  His experiences in and out of the classroom and the principal’s office will help him keep North Hardin High School among the state’s best. I know he will do great things."

“The people at North Hardin are like family,” Maysey added. “Our students have a deep passion for learning and exceeding their goals. Our staff is magnificent because they have the experience, the resources and the talent in helping our students succeed. Every day is a great day at North Hardin because of the tremendous culture our students, staff and the leaders who have come before me have created.”

Maysey is a Breckinridge County High School graduate. He earned a bachelor’s degree in exceptional child education, a master’s degree in education and a Rank I in Administration from Western Kentucky University.  

He replaces Tanya Corder who will become the Hardin County Schools Director of High School Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment this summer. 

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