HILLIARD, Ohio — Hilliard City Schools has announced its next superintendent.
David Stewart was selected by the Hilliard City School Board and is expected to start July 1.
Stewart has been the deputy superintendent at South-Western City Schools for the last eight years.
He has also served as principal of Hilliard Darby High School for four years and helped open Hilliard Bradley High School in 2008.
The district's previous superintendent, Dr. John Marschhausen, left to be the superintendent in Dublin last month.
"I am excited to get to work developing relationships with the committed staff and talented students. Creating partnerships with our parents and community members will be a top priority. Hilliard is an excellent district, and I look forward to supporting our work to prepare our students for what’s next," Stewart said in a press release.