William Clarke College welcomed the appointment of new headmaster, Dr Scott Marsh on Monday, October 10 to coincide with the start of term 4.
Dr Marsh has three decades of teaching and leadership experience.
He first joined the college in 2008 as the deputy headmaster and director of teaching and learning.
Dr Marsh said he is absolutely thrilled to be appointed as the head of William Clarke.
“The College is a wonderful school with an incredibly supportive and vibrant community,” he said.
“I’m looking forward to leading great students and an incredibly gifted teaching and administrative team in the coming years.”
With almost three decades of teaching and leadership experience, Dr Marsh completed his PhD in Leadership that Improves Learning in 2014.
His research has been recognised internationally and has been published in international acclaimed educational leadership journals.
Following the completion of his PhD, he has continued to contribute to the field of educational leadership as a reviewer for two international educational leadership journals and is a guest lecturer at Macquarie University as part of the Educational Leadership Masters program.
Originally a music teacher, Scott has performed with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Australian Opera & Ballet Orchestra and is deeply committed to the value of the Arts in a child's education.
He has previously taught at two international schools, including the Australian International School in Singapore.