Posted on: July 3, 2017

Little Elm ISD Names New Assistant Principal at LEHS

Kyle Heller, new assistant principal at Little Elm High School

Little Elm ISD welcomes Kyle Heller as Assistant Principal for Little Elm High School. Heller has been in education for 23 years. He began his career as a math teacher, in addition to coaching baseball and football, at Abilene Wylie High School. After eight years of teaching math and coaching teams at Coppell, Colleyville, and Bishop Dunn, Heller elected to place his focus on instruction. He taught Algebra I at North Garland High School for 12 years, becoming their lead Algebra teacher after six years, and helped lead the team to the top of the district with their Algebra EOC scores.


Heller moved into administration after 20 years in the classroom where he served as the administrative liaison (for one year) and as an assistant principal (for two years) at Irving MacArthur High School. During Mr. Heller’s oversight of the math department he helped to implement initiatives that improved the school’s Algebra EOC scores from the bottom of the district to the top of the district. Heller stated that he “is excited to join the team at Little Elm High School and is ready to serve the students and the community as an assistant principal”.


"We are very excited to have Kyle join our admin team this year," said Christopher Reza, associate principal for Little Elm High School. "He brings energy and experience in implementing initiatives with proven results.  We are looking forward to working along side Mr. Heller and growing together as a admin team to guide Little Elm High School to be even more successful than we were last year!"

Mr. Heller receive his Bachelor of Science degree from Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas and his Master’s degree from Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas.

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