LSU Laboratory School
Kevin R. George is the Superintendent of the Louisiana State University Laboratory School which was recognized as a Blue Ribbon School in 2022. Prior to joining the Laboratory School, he was the Chief Accountability Officer for the New Orleans Public School System, overseeing 76 schools and 32 Charter Management Organizations. He also served as the Chief Executive Officer of New Beginnings Charter Management Organization where he was hired to manage the organization through a tumultuous transition period.
As the Superintendent of St. John the Baptist Parish Public Schools, he led a rebuilding effort after Hurricane Isaac to rebuild schools and raise the school system from a “D” District Performance Score to a “B”. There, he was named the VH-1 Superintendent of the Year in 2016. He also worked as a Deputy Network Leader at the Louisiana Department of Education helping to usher in new state content standards in English, Language Arts and Math while implementing a new, more rigorous teacher and leader evaluation rubric. He served as a Curriculum Supervisor in Lafourche Parish after serving as principal, assistant principal, and teacher. He is a founding member of the Louisiana Superintendent’s Academy which trains prospective school leaders and was named the 2008 Outstanding Alumnus from Nicholls State University.
While at the University, he earned a BS and MEd and was a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Fraternity and Kappa Alpha Psi, Inc. He is currently working on his doctorate from the University of Holy Cross. He is a member of the Baton Rouge Rotary Club and a founding member of the Houma-Thibodaux Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi, Inc. He is a Baton Rouge resident, has been married for 26 years to the former Schwanda Hill and has three children: Jalon, Taylor, and Kassidy.