Holy Trinity Catholic High School will have a new principal beginning in two weeks.
On July 1, Isabelle Brogan will replace Blake Evans, who has accepted a new position in Waco.
Brogan holds a bachelor’s degree from Drew University in Madison, N.J., and a master’s of philosophy degree from the University of Cambridge.
According to Ken Valka, chairman of the school’s board of trustees, Brogan joined Holy Trinity in 2016, beginning as the administrative assistant. She was then promoted to director of admissions and eventually director of advancement.
“Mrs. Brogan exhibits a true dedication to the students, as well as to Holy Trinity’s mission and values,” Valka said in a news release.
Valka said Brogan has served with a “dynamic energy and passion.”
“I am very grateful to be given this opportunity to lead our amazing school,” Brogan said. “I look forward to being a voice for all of us who have chosen to be a part of the Holy Trinity family, and am eager to continue Holy Trinity’s tradition of service and excellence.”