Kimberly H. Premoli began her career in education as an English teacher at Chattahoochee High School in 2003; she then served as English Department Chair at Roswell High School for several years before opening Cambridge High School in 2012. Ms. Premoli served as Cambridge's first English Department Chair, taught English, and advised the yearbook before transitioning to a building-level leader in 2013. As an assistant principal, Ms. Premoli's leadership has focused in the areas of curriculum and instruction, student support and leadership, collaboration, and personalized learning. She also served as School Governance Council Chairperson in 2017-2018.
This spring, Ms. Premoli was recognized as NWLC Assistant Principal of the Year for her leadership, passion, and creativity.
Ms. Premoli is a native of Atlanta; she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Georgia, a Master in Education from Mercer University, and a Specialist in Education in Leadership from Georgia State University. Ms. Premoli is the wife of Pierpaolo Premoli and has two children: Georgia (16) and Piero (9).
Ms. Premoli is committed to moving Cambridge forward by continuing to support the well-established teaching and learning culture which has made it a place of excellence for all students. She is very visible in the school community and looks forward to greeting each and every Cambridge Bear soon!