Centennial High School Assistant Principal Clint Cypert has been selected to represent the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals as the Region 10 Outstanding High School Assistant Principal of the Year.
Cypert has been a member of the leadership team at Centennial High School since 2008. He attended McMurry University and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree. He attended Texas A&M Commerce University and was awarded a Master of Education Degree in Administration.
With 22 years of education under his belt, Cypert’s continued passion for education is evident.
“I like to see students learn and I love to watch teachers learn and grow, just like students. It’s why I got into this and what I like about it,” Cypert said. “I love getting into the classrooms and witnessing teachers constantly evolving and looking to improve upon their practice.”
School administrators are nominated and chosen by their peers based upon exemplary performance and outstanding leadership.
Alicia Maphies is the Centennial principal and recognizes that Cypert is a collaborative leader committed to a high standard of excellence.
“Cypert is the caliber of administrator that any campus is lucky to have,” Maphies said. “He is dedicated to the students and staff of Centennial High School, committed to excellence for all, and a strong leader in both our campus and our district.”
Cypert will be recognized during the Josten’s Night of the Stars Awards Dinner on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at the Hilton Anatole Dallas Hotel. He will be presented with an award and recognized in a commemorative book entitled Texas Principals, Texas Heroes.
“I want people to see me as a servant leader,” Cypert said. “I am here to serve the students and teachers but I couldn’t do my job without the amazing teachers that we have here at Centennial.”
As the Region 10 Outstanding High School Assistant Principal of the Year winner, Cypert is eligible to compete for the state title of Texas Assistant Principal of the Year.