Loretta Faith Harris, Ed.D., Assistant Principal
Faith Harris was born and raised in Pahokee Florida. She graduated of the University of Central Florida with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education, a master’s degree in educational leadership with a minor in curriculum and instruction from Stetson University, and a doctorate degree in educational leadership with a minor in curriculum development from Nova Southeastern University.
Faith’s 18-year career in education began as a middle school teacher in Orange County. Her passion for equipping students with the necessary tools to become successful academic learners and passionate readers have led her to teach high school reading and serve as a literacy coach in Osceola County. For the past eight years, Faith has served in the Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment department as the K-12 literacy program specialist and manager of instructional materials & media services.
Faith has represented Lake County Schools at the state level as past president of the Florida Association of District Instructional Materials Administrators and Florida Association of Supervisors of Media. A servant leader at heart, Faith’s passion is to serve her community proudly.