Aaron Grady hired as new assistant principal
August 14, 2012
The district welcomes Aaron Grady as a new assistant principal for
Schuylerville Middle School and Schuylerville High School. Grady was
appointed by the Board of Education at its last meeting.
“The district has an incredible reputation throughout the upstate New
York region, especially with its strong tradition of academics, the arts
and athletics,” Grady said. “I’m excited about this opportunity and I’m
looking forward to being part of a high-quality and well-respected
In his previous position, Grady was a 6th-grade guidance counselor at Gloversville Middle School. During his time at that school, he also worked as dean of students/assistant principal, a middle school testing coordinator and master scheduler and as the grades 7-8 guidance counselor. In addition, Grady served as coach for Gloversville’s varsity girls soccer, junior varsity girls basketball and modified girls basketball teams.
Prior to his employment in Gloversville, Grady worked as a guidance counselor at Catholic Central High School in Troy, a counselor at the Family Counseling Center in Gloversville and in numerous counseling and case management positions in Erie, Pennsylvania.
He feels his counseling experience will serve Schuylerville well. “My background has allowed me to develop an understanding of the challenges facing today’s students—at home, in school and in the community,” Grady said. “I think this type of experience can be very beneficial.”
Grady earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology/social work from Gannon University in Pennsylvania, a master’s degree in guidance and counseling from Sage Graduate School in Troy, NY and administrative certification from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.