Mr. Frankie Pollock Jr.

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Mr. Frankie Pollock Jr.

Frankie Pollock Jr. has served as an educator for 17 years. Mr. Pollock is a native of Wilmington, NC where he graduated from New Hanover High School. He attended Norfolk State University where he was a member of the Spartan Legion Marching Band. Mr. Pollock graduated with a Bachelors of Art in Music Education and continued his education by receiving his Master’s Degree from Grand Canyon University and is completing his Educational Specialist Degree from Walden University.
Mr. Pollock is a versatile educator, having served as a teacher from 2001-2011 in the Norfolk School District, Norfolk, VA; Harrisburg School District; Harrisburg, PA; and CharlotteMecklenburg School District, Charlotte, NC. Mr. Pollock began his school administration path in 2011, serving as a Dean of Students at Thomasboro Academy Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District where he was one of the first leaders to serve in the Project LIFT Zone learning community of CMS. In 2013 Mr. Pollock moved to back to Wilmington, NC to lead as an Assistant Principal at D.C. Virgo Academy, which is also the school, he attended in middle school.


In 2015 Mr. Pollock moved to Fulton County to serve and lead as an Assistant Principal at Creekside High School. While in this role, Mr. Pollock has been very instrumental in developing the school improvement leadership to build capacity in other leaders in the school.


Mr. Pollock is recognized as a school turnaround leader by the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business and credits his ability to transform schools and sustain results with his continued UVA learning.


Mr. Pollock has many accomplishments, but attests that he would not be successful without the support of God, and family which includes his parents, sister, wife and children.


Mr. Pollock’s vision is to make Creekside High School a premier, comprehensive, educational institution, which will focus on key elements that will define its culture. He is pleased to continue to serve the Creekside High School community. More importantly, he looks forward to collaborating with all stakeholders to give all students an opportunity to be successful.