Villa Hills Mayor Honors School Principal for 20 Years of Service
Pamela McQueen was honored today for 20 years of service as principal of Villa Madonna Academy High School/Junior High. McQueen was surprised with a proclamation by Villa Hills Mayor Irvin “Butch” Callery declaring today Pamela McQueen Day in Villa Hills.
The Villa Hills resident began teaching in the Diocese of Covington in 1978 and came to Villa Madonna Academy in 1996. She has led the high school to two consecutive National Education Cabinet Blue Ribbon awards as well as recognition by the Washington Post as one of “America’s Most Challenging High Schools”.
She was joined by her husband Albert and her son Scott a Villa Madonna Academy junior for the ceremony. McQueen’s daughter is studying at the University of Louisville.
Villa Madonna Academy is a Benedictine school sponsored by the Benedictine Sisters of St. Walburg Monastery.
- Staff report/Photo: Pamela McQueen with Mayor Callery (provided)