Lacey Township High School
Mr. Gregory Brandis takes great pride in being named principal of Lacey Township High School in July of 2016. He is an alumni, former social studies teacher and now returning as a building leader of Lacey Township High School. He values the strong school community and puts a strong emphasis on individual student success.
Mr. Brandis graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2000 with his Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree and Masters in Education. After five years of impacting students’ lives in the classroom and coaching, Mr. Brandis earned an assistant principal position at Barnegat High School. After five years in the Barnegat School District, Mr. Brandis continued his professional growth at Hammonton High School where he served as assistant principal for an additional seven years. As a building leader he has effectively closed the achievement gap for at-risk learners, led numerous committees to enhance all levels of student achievement, and assisted the principal in motivating staff to create a positive learning environment.
Mr. Brandis emphasizes collaboration amongst administration, staff, students and the community to improve individual achievement and enhancing the overall student experience at Lacey Township High School. Mr. Brandis’s life experiences are firmly entrenched in Lacey Township and he is inspired to continue to build on its historic traditions.