Dr. Terry Sheridan comes to Northmount School with 20 years of experience in education in public and independent schools. A leader in Catholic boys’ education in Toronto, Dr. Sheridan enjoyed ever-increasing responsibilities at St. Michael’s College School where he plied his craft since 1997. A lifelong learner, Dr. Sheridan received his Master of Arts in Teaching in 2003 and his Ph.D. in Educational Administration in 2013. Dr. Sheridan’s career success is evident in his regular promotions at St. Michael's College School, where he was appointed as Vice-Principal of Discipline in 2001; became Vice-Principal of Curriculum and Teacher development in 2006; appointed the College School’s 28th principal in 2010; and named the first lay President of St. Michael’s, expanding his portfolio to President and Principal in June 2012. Dr. Sheridan is a strong administrator who is a collaborative educator and operates from a shared leadership perspective. Dr. Sheridan has extensive experience with curriculum creation and in the classroom. He possesses highly developed interpersonal and organizational skills and this, coupled with his balanced disposition, promotes a constructive working environment. Dr. Sheridan is a self-motivated, academic endeavouring to model and live a life of goodness, discipline and knowledge.