Bradley Robertson-Assistant Principal
Mr. Robertson is excited to be joining the staff and community of Sharon Elementary this 2020-21 school year and serve alongside many great educators. Mr. Robertson is entering his 22nd year in education. During this time Mr. Robertson has taught kindergarten, first grade, third grade, fourth grade, and as a local school technology coordinator. This will be Mr. Robertson’s fifth year as an assistant principal and first at Sharon Elementary. Mr. Robertson received his elementary teaching degree with a minor in psychology from the University of North Georgia, his masters degree in Elementary education from Piedmont College, and his specialist degree in administration and leadership from Lincoln Memorial University. In addition, Mr. Robertson earned his gifted endorsement while working in Gwinnett County Schools.
Mr. Robertson’s education began in Forsyth County Schools as a student of Cumming Elementary, Otwell Middle School, and a graduate of Forsyth Central High School. Education has impacted Mr. Robertson greatly from many wonderful teachers who have shaped and molded him to become the best possible advocate and supporter of students and teachers.
Mr. Robertson and his wife of twenty years, Danica, live in Sugar Hill. They love to spend their time raising their five children (ranging from first grade to a senior in high school), supporting their various academic and athletic adventures, volunteering at their local church, coaching various lacrosse teams, reading, cheering on the DAWGS, exercising, and just enjoying life helping others!
Sharon Elementary has a wonderful history of amazing students, families, educators, and leaders. Mr. Robertson is very humbled and thankful to be joining this history and looks forward to serving the community and “Educating Beyond Expectations”!