As consultant and administrative mentor, Rob Scully works to support schools in their development and implementation of innovative practice, personalized, competency-based learning, and student agency. As Principal of Souhegan High School in Amherst, NH, Rob led a comprehensive re-design of the teaching and learning experience. Souhegan High School serves as a nationally recognized model of personalized, competency-based learning and instructional practices, assessment design, and student agency.
Under Rob’s guidance, Souhegan High School re-imagined its professional learning communities, improved instructional practices, enhanced performance assessments and promoted student partnership in designing their own learning. Rob worked with state and national experts in the New Hampshire Performance Assessment of Competency Education (PACE) project, a first-of-its-kind accountability and assessment waiver granted by the U.S. Department of Education.
Rob has presented nationally on personalized learning, performance assessments, and student agency. In 2018 he was recognized as the NASSP New Hampshire Principal of the Year. Rob has a strong interest in policy and served on the New Hampshire Coalition for Public Education as well as the New Hampshire Association of School Principals Legislative Committee.
Rob has an education specialist degree from the University of New Hampshire in educational administration and supervision, a master’s in teacher leadership, and a bachelor’s in English teaching. Rob lives with his wife and two children in York, ME.