The Shelby County Board of Education approved two new administrators during the October 21 board meeting, including a new principal for Helena High School and a new assistant principal for Oak Mountain High School.
Ashley Bahr will serve as the new principal of Helena High School. Bahr has over 15 years of experience in public education and currently serves as the Secondary Program Area Specialist for Shelby County Schools. She previously served as the Assistant Principal at both Helena Middle and Helena High School.
Bahr earned a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Secondary Education at the University of Alabama and earned a Master’s degree in Instructional Leadership at the University of Montevallo.
Kasey Hollington will serve as the new assistant principal of Oak Mountain High School. Hollington has 19 years of experience in education and currently serves as the Administrative Assistant at Oak Mountain High School.
Hollington earned a Bachelor’s degree in Social Science and a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Florida State University.