Noelia Longoria recently was named the new assistant superintendent for the Office of School Choice.
Longoria has 25 years of experience in urban education, which includes time spent as a teacher, counselor, assistant principal, dean principal, and school support officer.
During her most recent positions as lead principal and school support officer, all three of her improvement-required middle and high schools met state accountability standards.
While principal of Ortiz Middle School, Longoria also won 2013-2014 Regional Principal of the Year from the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals. In addition, her school was chosen to showcase the district’s best practices during the Broad Prize selection committee’s site visit in 2012.
Longoria graduated from Texas State University with a bachelor of arts and earned her masters of education in guidance and counseling and mid-management from University of Houston—Victoria/Sugar Land.