(PRWEB) June 19, 2014
Darin Long, the current director of athletics for Christian Academy of Louisville, has been named the upper (middle and high) school principal at Christian Academy of Indiana. Brad Morgan, the current assistant athletic director for Christian Academy of Louisville, will replace Darin as director of athletics. Both promotions are effective immediately.
Darin Long brings an extensive educational background and many years of experience in both public and private school leadership positions to the Indiana campus, including four years as high school assistant principal and four years as director of athletics during his tenure at Christian Academy of Louisville. Darin is “very excited about this new opportunity to serve the Christian Academy School System.” He feels that “it's an honor to come alongside the students, parents, and staff at CAI to continue building an excellent Christ centered educational experience.”
Similarly, Brad Morgan brings many years of experience in athletics, as a former player, a former head boys basketball coach and athletic director with Beth Haven Christian, and most recently as assistant athletic director for Christian Academy of Louisville. He feels “blessed to have the opportunity to lead a tradition rich program and looks forward to building on that tradition of excellence on and off the field.” We are excited to see how God will use each of them in their new roles.
Founded in 1976, the Christian Academy School System holds a distinctive place among educational institutions in the Louisville and Southern Indiana area by providing high-quality, affordable Christian education for over 35 years. Today, the Christian Academy School System serves almost 3,000 students from Preschool-12th Grade on four campuses in the Louisville and Southern Indiana area. To learn more about Christian Academy, visit http://www.caschools.us.