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Dr. Michael J. Aguilar

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Dr. Michael J. Aguilar

At Romeoville High School we will empower ALL learners to be college and career ready and to develop, grow, and achieve as productive citizens. We believe in identifying and developing a variety of instructional strategies, interventions, and enrichment opportunities to promote growth for each and every student. Students will consistently be provided with researched-based, collaborative instructional practices that further their learning. We believe that every adult in our organization must be student-centered and take responsibility for supporting the learning and development of every child. 
 
It is an honor to serve the students, parents, and staff at RHS. As a graduate of Romeoville High School, it is my mission to give back to the community that provided me with opportunities to become a productive citizen. After graduating from RHS I attended Aurora University where I earned a Bachelors Degree in 2007. I continued my education and earned a Masters in Educational Leadership from Concordia University Chicago in 2011. In 2012 I was accepted into the Doctoral program at the University of St. Francis, earning an Educational Doctorate with a Superintendent Endorsement in 2016. During my time at the University of St. Francis I conducted action research and published my findings. This experience helped me to develop an understanding of the impact interventions can have on the academic achievement of our students. Prior to becoming part of the RHS team, I was a Physical Education and Health teacher (2007-2011), Dean of Students (2011-2016), team leader and wrestling coach at Brooks Middle School.
 
The mission of Romeoville High School is to maximize student learning through a commitment to continuous improvement and regular collaboration by all in the learning community. I look forward to a productive school year. Please feel free to e-mail or call me with questions, comments or concerns. We are here to serve.
 
Thanks,
 
Mike Aguilar