Joe Sharp, who most recently served as principal at Robertsdale High School, has been appointed to the position of assistant superintendent for Baldwin County Public Schools.As assistant …
Joe Sharp, who most recently served as principal at Robertsdale High School, has been appointed to the position of assistant superintendent for Baldwin County Public Schools.
As assistant superintendent, Sharp will focus on academics and school improvement on the secondary level. He joins Hope Zeanah and Marty McRae, assistant superintendents for the county.
“We could not have chosen a better candidate for this position,” Superintendent Eddie Tyler said. “Mr. Sharp’s record speaks for itself. His passion is academics, which is evident by what he’s done at Robertsdale High School. Academics lead in Baldwin County and Mr. Sharp’s goals align directly with that.”
Sharp has spent 30 years in education, with the last 17 in administration.
During his time at Robertsdale High School, he and his team “increased the school’s State Report Card, the student AP and ACT scores and the school’s graduation rate, which was 90% in 2021,” according to a release from the BCBE.
Robertsdale High School also earned STEM certification during Sharp’s time there.
Sharp has worked in schools in Alabama and Georgia. He’s held positions of teacher, athletic director, assistant principal, principal and director of administrative services.