Upper Moreland School District
M.Ed. Secondary Education,
B.S. Psychology and History,
University of Pittsburgh
“I became a Neubauer Fellow to learn from the best to enhance my practice as a principal. As a Neubauer Fellow, we are exposed to top-notch professional development. In addition, serving as part of a cohort has allowed me to develop professional relationships and connections that inspire me to take my school to the next level.”
Joshua currently serves as a Principal in the Upper Moreland School District, PA. He previously served as the principal of Lankenau Environmental Science Magnet High School from 2016-2021. Under Joshua’s leadership, Lankenau received recognition for growth in Keystone Performance, experienced a nearly 20% increase in students attending 95% or more, and as of 2020, the school has experienced three years of positive School Progress Report (SPR) growth. The school was recognized for having 100% of its Class of 2017 graduate and is a recipient of the Heart of America – Week of Possibilities and Aspen Challenge – Impact awards. Lankenau received Middle States Accreditation in 2020 and is a Pennsylvania Title 1 Distinguished School.
Joshua has been an educator since 2005. Prior to becoming a principal, Joshua served as a social studies teacher, roster chair, and dean of students. In 2013, Joshua was a recipient of the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching. Joshua grew up in Dresher, PA.