Dunecrest American School’s Founding Director, Bill Delbrugge, brings with him his extensive school leadership experience in both the United States and overseas. In the US, Bill served as the Superintendent of Schools in Flagler County, Florida, heading a team responsible for all facets of education for 26,000 students in schools spanning PreK-12, colleges and community education. In every year of Bill’s tenure as Superintendent, the school district was rated “A” by the Florida Department of Education. Prior to his time in Florida, Bill had the honor to serve 1.5 million students in the State of Georgia as Director of Research and Reporting for the Georgia Department of Education Office of Education Accountability.
Bill moved to Cairo, Egypt in 2010 to assume his first international position as Director the Headship of Esol Education’s American International School in Egypt (AISE). Under Bill’s leadership, AISE, an American and IB World School, has grown from 1,300 students to its current enrollment of 3,100 students on two campuses. AISE has also become one of the leading American schools in the Middle East and Africa in terms of student achievement.
Bill strives to help all students find success, build character, and develop passion for community involvement. He also believes that a positive and productive school environment for students, teachers and parentsfosters academic growth, inspires global mindedness and creates an uncompromising resolve to keep your character at the center of your actions and aspirations. Bill received his undergraduate degree in Music Education from the University of Tennessee and his Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Trevecca University.