Meet Superintendent Kim Wilson

Since 2011, Superintendent Wilson has led a transformation in the number of lives impacted by career-tech at Tolles, as the district now serves more than 1,500 middle school, high school & adult students each year.

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Superintendent Kim Wilson has led the Tolles Career & Technical Center district since 2011. She developed her passion for career and technical education while at Madeira High School. There, she discovered a connection between classwork and bankable skills, a model that was known then as vocational education and has since become career-tech. Her passion has carried throughout her career, which has included stints as a business teacher and a career-technical director. After leading the career-technical programs at Stebbins High School in the Mad River Local School District near Dayton, Wilson became superintendent for the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center (Bellefontaine). She led Ohio Hi-Point for eight years before her arrival at Tolles. Great progress has been made during her first five years at the helm. With an increased focus on student performance and staff accountability, Superintendent Wilson has led efforts to increase opportunities for school-level innovation, advance career-technical opportunities for students outside of the Plain City campus, create district-level efficiencies, increase brand awareness and improve outreach efforts to increase student enrollment and retention. Her leadership has led to improved performance on the state report card, in student performance measures, an increase in interest in programs and enrollment, enhancements in technology and professional development, the addition of satellite programming, and much more.

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Meet The Team

Tolles is led by an experienced team of professionals with one job, to lift students.