Anderson School District One and the School Board of Trustees have named Nichole Boseman as the new principal at Wren High School. She has been serving as Assistant Principal/Director of Freshman Academy at Wren High for the past 2 years but has served Wren High for a total of 6 years in administration.
“Wren High School is an extraordinary place in which the students, faculty and staff, and the parents are truly Palmetto’s Finest,” Boseman said. “It is an honor to serve with a community of people who embrace learning daily and work tirelessly to help students reach success. I look forward to a great year as we continue a longstanding tradition of excellence in which all students matter and are challenged to meet their highest potential.”
Boseman has a total of 14 years classroom/administrative experience. She holds a masters degree in Administration and Supervision from Furman University. Her undergraduate work was completed at Clemson University in 1997 in secondary education with an emphasis in English.
Superintendent Dr. Wayne Fowler said, “Nichole Boseman has made an extremely positive impact already at Wren High School. The transition will be an easy one as she continues her leadership role at the school. Mrs. Boseman has a passion for education and will ensure that Wren High continues the tradition of excellence.”
She is married to Stacy Boseman. They have 1 child, Nicholas Boseman, who is a second grader at Wren Elementary School.
Boseman is filling the position vacated by former Wren High School Principal, Robbie Binnicker, who was recently hired as the new Director of Secondary Education for Anderson District One for 2012-13. She will assume her new duties as Principal of Wren High on August 1, 2012.