Principal Gerard Doyle graduated from St. Patrick’s College Maynooth in Ireland where he earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Mathematics and Physics. From there, he attended Warwick Business School to earn his MBA diploma, then the University of Texas in Arlington to earn his Masters in Education. Principal Doyle holds a Texas State Teaching Certificate and a Texas Principals Certificate. Himself a lifelong learner and educator, he has served as our principal for nine years, and is also currently working towards his Doctorate in Education from SMU.
Academic Coordinator Toni Seeton graduated from Angelo State University with a B.A. in English before continuing to earn her Masters in English from the University of Dallas and Masters in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University. With 25 years of pedagogy under her belt, Ms. Seeton is not only a trained AP English teacher, but she holds a Lifetime Texas Teaching certificate and a Licensed Professional Counselor certificate as well. When not in the classroom with her high school students or providing one-on-one academic and professional mentoring on campus, this Heart of the Highlands Award recipient can be found cheering on our Lady Blazers volleyball team.
An alumna of the University of Houston, Mrs. Oberfelder has shared her expertise in curriculum implementation, management, and professional development and mentoring as The Highland’s Lower School Academic Dean for the past 21 years. Affiliated with both the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), Mrs. Oberfelder brings a distinct and contagious enthusiasm for education. Before joining our THS family, she managed multiple locations and personnel as a small business owner.