Anthony Majewski

Principal, Hill-Freedman World Academy
School District of Philadelphia
2015 Neubauer Fellow
Grade Level
6th - 12th
Student Enrollment
School/Org Neighborhood
North Philadelphia
M.S. Educational Leadership, Administrative Certification, Cheyney University
M.S. Environmental Law and Policy, Vermont Law School
B.S. Biology, Millersville University
"Education is the key to expanding life’s choices. Many teachers ‘saved’ me. I am a principal because it affords me an opportunity to give back and provide students an environment that gives them voice and choice about their future dreams."

Anthony has served as a principal of Hill-Freedman World Academy since 2006. In 2013, Anthony led the school’s expansion from a middle school to middle/high school. Under his leadership, Hill Freedman World Academy achieved a 2014 U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon Award. In addition, Hill-Freedman World Academy was authorized as an International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Program and, with the support of a $2.6 million grant, expanded into a high school that provides the IB Diploma Program.

Anthony has served as an educator since 1999. Prior to his current role, Anthony was Principal at Nebinger School (2004-2006), during which the school exceeded the Pennsylvania Adequate Yearly Progress standards in Reading and Math. In 2015, Anthony was a Runner Up in the National Escalante-Gradillas Award for Best in Education. Additional professional accolades include the 2018 Marcus Foster award, 2014 Lindback Distinguished Principal award, and the 2014 Rose Lindenbaum Outstanding Principals award. Currently, Anthony is pursuing his doctorate at Arcadia University. Anthony grew up in Hatboro, Pennsylvania.