Academy of Holy Angels (AHA) is pleased to announce that Mr. Tim Wolfgram has been named the new assistant principal and will join the school’s administrative team. Mr. Wolfgram has been a member of the AHA faculty since 2019 as a math teacher. He has also served as boys b-squad soccer coach, boys assistant varsity soccer coach, and assistant varsity track and field coach.
Mr. Wolfgram has lifelong experience in Catholic education both as a student and throughout his career. He attended Catholic schools from kindergarten through his postgraduate studies. He earned his Bachelor of Science from Villanova University, with a major in comprehensive science and minoring in both mathematics and psychology. In 2019, he received his Masters of Education from the University of St. Thomas (UST). He is currently completing his Educational Specialist and Principal Licensure at UST. For his outstanding work in the classroom, Mr. Wolfgram received an Excellence in Teaching Award from the Catholic Schools Center of Excellence in both 2016 and 2017.
Principal Heidi Foley shared, “I'm looking forward to working with Mr. Wolfgram who is already a valued member of the AHA faculty. Given his recent administrative licensure and his deep commitment to Catholic education, he will be a great addition to the administrative team and will bring new ideas to AHA."
Mr. Wolfgram will replace Mr. Mark Melhorn upon his retirement this summer. Read more about Mr. Melhorn here.