Dr. Trey Holladay is a thirty-three-year veteran public school educator. He is in his sixth year as superintendent of the Athens City Schools system. His previous experience includes high school and elementary principal, teacher and head football coach within the state of Alabama.
Trey has been a frequent speaker on best practices in continuous school improvement and special education on both the national and state levels: presenting nationally at the AASA - National Education Conference - 2017, the CoSN annual conference - 2015 & 2017; The American Society of Quality in Education - 2007. In 2018, he was selected as the Alabama District-8 Superintendent-of-the-Year. In the past, he served as the president of the state principals' association and was selected as the Alabama Secondary Principal of the Year. In 2016, his school district received the prestigious CoSN's Team Award for their work in assuring digital equity for students.