Dr. Andrew Worthington
Assistant Principal, Curriculum and Testing
Andrew grew up in Birmingham, England, where he attended Queen Mary’s Grammar School and earned a B. A. (Hons.) Degree Theology from the University of Birmingham in 1999. Following a career in the finance sector in England, he came to the United States to study at the University of Oklahoma. In 2005, he received his M. Ed in Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum, and, in 2013, a Ph.D in the same field.
Andrew started at Bishop McGuinness in 2004. In his role as Director of Curriculum and Testing, Andrew analyzes student achievement data to recommend curriculum modifications for individual students and for the school as a whole. Andrew is also responsible for coordinating ongoing internal and external reviews required for school accreditation. Prior to transitioning into his current role, he served as the Social Studies department coordinator and taught AP World History and other courses in the department. In addition to academic responsibilities, Andrew has coached boys soccer, cross country, and track, and he sponsored Student Council for ten years.
In his work in higher education, Andrew has served as an adjunct instructor at The University of Oklahoma, teaching a variety of courses, including Analysis of Teaching, Theory and Research in Education, and Foundations and Mentoring in the Social Studies. He has presented at state and national conventions and been published in journals such as The Educational Forum and Action in Teacher Education. Andrew also was named The University of Oklahoma Young Educator of the Year.
Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from The University of Oklahoma, 2013
M.Ed. in Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum from The University of Oklahoma, 2005
B.A. (Hons.) in Theology from the University of Birmingham, UK, 1999