Frenship Independent School District is pleased to share that Greg Hernandez has been named the new principal of Frenship High School. The announcement came Tuesday afternoon.
Hernandez, starting his twenty-sixth year in education, returns to the campus where his tenure at Frenship ISD started in 2005 as an assistant principal.
Hernandez has most recently served FISD as the principal at Heritage Middle School since January 2011. He played an instrumental leadership role in the planning, development, and opening of HMS which officially opened in August of that year.
Heritage served more than 825 students in 2014-2015, the largest enrollment of FISD’s three middle school campuses.
“I am honored and excited to be the next principal at Frenship High School,” Hernandez said. “It is a bitter sweet leaving Heritage Middle School, but to have the opportunity to continue serving the students of Frenship ISD is truly a blessing. I look forward to working with the FHS staff who pride themselves in providing a quality education for our students.”
While an assistant principal at Frenship High from 2005-2010, Hernandez led the Early College High School Program, a program designed to help students earn their associates degree while earning their high school diploma.