RENO — Robert Sullivan, who has served as principal of Reno High School for the past 10 years, has been chosen to lead the Academy of Arts, Careers & Technology (AACT) in the coming school year.
“I have greatly enjoyed my years at Reno High School, where the staff, parents, alumni and students have been tremendously supportive and generous. I am so proud of the work that is happening at Reno High School, and I know it will continue with fervor in the future,” said Sullivan, who has worked as a teacher and administrator for 32 years. “When I learned the principal position at AACT would be opening up, I knew I wanted to pursue the opportunity because of my passion for career and technical education. I am looking forward to the new challenges at AACT and the work we can do there to educate our children and prepare them for their futures.”
AACT is a career and technical education (CTE) high school. AACT students receive hands-on training through internships and networking in a variety of career fields, in addition to taking regular classes. Career fields of study include business and finance, engineering and renewable energy, medical careers, communications, culinary and hospitality, and natural resources.
The district will seek to fill the principal position at Reno High School in the coming weeks.