Creswell School District is pleased to announce that Brandon Standridge has been selected as the next assistant principal (and athletic director) at Creswell High School. Mr. Standridge comes to Creswell from Bandon School District, where he currently serves as the assistant principal and athletic director.
Before joining Bandon SD, Mr. Standridge spent eleven years at Glendale high school as a teacher and coach – Head Boys Varsity Basketball Coach as well as assisting in many other sports. Some of his other accomplishments include 2A Athletic Director nominee 2019, creation of a positive system of attendance, behavioral, and academic supports for students, OSAA Delegate Assembly member, OSAA ADM task force (2A representative), 2019 OSAA Patnership and League Award of Merit nominee, and 2018 OADA State Leadership Award nominee. Mr. Standridge is an exceptional leader with a stellar track record of preparing students for success. He is excited to join CHS and the Creswell community.
Mr. Standridge earned his B.A. in History from Linfield College in 2003 and his Master of Arts in Teaching from Pacific University in 2004. He also earned his Masters in Health Sciences-Sports Commerce from University of Memphis in 2013.
Mr. Standridge is an Oregon native, originally from Riddle, Oregon. He and his wife enjoy athletics and spending time with family.
Mr. Standridge is a welcome addition to Creswell High School and Creswell School District.
We want to extend our thanks and gratitude to everyone who helped with this hiring process