Human Resources Awards→ Washington Post Principal of the Year Award

The Washington Post Principal of the Year Award

2021 MCPS Nominee


E. Thomas

 Elizabeth Thomas, principal at Quince Orchard High School, was nominated for the year's Washington Post Principal of the Year.


Nominations for the 2022 Washington Post Principal of the Year Award are now being accepted.  The deadline for submission has been extended until January 14, 2022.   

About the Award

Each year one Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) principal is selected to receive the Washington Post Principal of the Year Award. The award program recognizes principals who go beyond the day-to-day demands of their position to create an exceptional educational environment. 

Nomination Process

Who Can Be Nominated?

Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) principals.

Who Can Nominate a Principal?

The nomination may be submitted by teachers, students, former students, parents, administrators or the general public.

How is a Nomination Submitted?

Each nominee must submit a nomination packet.

Where & When to Submit

Nomination Deadline

All nomination packet materials must be submitted by midnight, December 17, 2021. Nominations made in previous years may be resubmitted as long as the current award format is followed. 

Please submit completed nominations to:

More Information

If you have questions about the award or the award process, please call the Office of Human Resources and Development (OHRD), at 240-740-7012.