Claudia Nachtigal Participated in The Council on Educational Standards and Accountability’s Leadership Intensive
The Head of The Highlands School Claudia Nachtigal recently won a competitive scholarship to participate in The Council on Educational Standards and Accountability’s (CESA) Leadership Intensive at Oxford University. Located in Harford County, The Highlands School is a K-8 private school that educates students with learning differences and achievement gaps.
The program is designed for CESA School Heads and rising leaders and featured some of the world’s foremost business experts and thought leaders.
“I’m truly honored to have the opportunity to participate in this prestigious leadership intensive,” said Nachtigal. “I had the pleasure of learning from some of the top experts in the world and will use the skills I learned to lead The Highlands School. It’s a privilege to oversee The Highlands School’s growth and help students in our community reach new levels of success.”
The program challenged assumptions about leadership, business strategy and the future of education and was an opportunity to develop more strategic, purposeful and transformational leadership to position organizations for long-term success and impact.
About The Highlands School
The Highlands School is an AIMS-accredited school that specializes in educating students with learning differences and achievement gaps. Founded in 1996, The Highlands School was originally located in Street, Maryland. In 2007, The Highlands School moved to a beautiful 18-acre campus in Bel Air, Maryland that was once home to the Preakness-winning racehorse Deputed Testamony.