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Dr. Vania Littlejohn

Assistant Principal
vdlittlejohn@gaston.k12.nc.us

Dr. Vania Littlejohn attended The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology. She earned both her Master of Arts in Executive Leadership and her Doctorate of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Gardner Webb University and is licensed as a Curriculum Instructional Specialist. In her pursuit of more knowledge, Dr. Littlejohn continued her education earning her Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctorate in Theology from Ambassador Christian College. She has served in education for fourteen years. Eleven of these years she taught high school Biology in Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools and Cabarrus County Schools. She served as an elementary and middle school Instructional Facilitator in Gaston County Schools before becoming an Assistant Principal within the district. Most recently, she served as an Assistant Principal at Grier Middle School and at Ashbrook High School.

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Mr. Tonnell Oliphant

Assistant Principal
Students in grades 9-12 last names begin with A-D
twoliphant@gaston.k12.nc.us
704-866-6610 ext. 428904

Mr. Oliphant has served communitites in Harlem New York, Statesville and Charlotte, North Carolina before joining Gaston County Schools.  Mr. Oliphant is married with two sons.  Mr. Oliphant has been been an educator for over 25 years.  Mr. Oliphant has earned a Bachelor Degree in marketing from South Carolina State University, Masters Degree from Winthrop University in elementary education, and a Masters Degree in administration from Winthrop University.  Mr. Oliphant has served students at Southwest Middle School, North Gaston High School, Grier Middle School, Lingerfeldt Elementary and currently Hunter Huss High School.  Mr. Oliphant was a also Teacher of the Year finalist for Gaston County Schools. 

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Cindy Stewart

Assistant Principal
cdstewart@gaston.k12.nc.us

Ms. Cindy Stewart was born and raised in Gaston County and graduated from North Gaston High School.  She attended North Carolina State University and earned her Bachelor of Science Degrees in Animal Science and Agricultural and Extension Education.  She also earned a Master of Agricultural Education from N.C. State. She attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where she received a Master of Education in Teaching English as a Second Language and a Post Masters Certificate in School Administration.  Ms. Stewart earned an Education Specialist degree from Appalachian State University. Ms. Stewart is National Board Certified Teacher in Career and Technical Education/Early Adolescence through Young Adulthood.  Currently, she is a student at Appalachian State University where she is working towards her doctoral degree in educational administration.  Ms. Stewart served as an agricultural education teacher and FFA adviser at East Rutherford High School for fourteen years; she then worked as an assistant principal at South Point High School and North Gaston High School.  Ms. Stewart loves, has a great deal of pride towards, and is excited to work as an assistant principal at Hunter Huss High School. She enjoys horseback riding, kayaking, being outdoors, traveling, running, participating in triathlons, and spending time with her friends and family.

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William Winston

Assistant Principal
wcwinston@gaston.k12.nc.us

Mr. Winston joins Hunter Huss after previously serving as an Athletic Director and Health and Physical Education teacher at Southwest Middle School. Prior to joining Gaston County Schools he served as a Driver Education teacher and Health and Physical Education teacher in Henrico, Virginia. Mr. Winston earned his Bachelor's Degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in Health, Physical Education, and Exercise Science. He earned his Master's Degree in Administration and Supervision from the University of Phoenix. Mr. Winston is thrilled to be able to continue to serve stakeholders in the Hunter Huss community. In his free time he enjoys gardening, running and weightlifting, watching sports, and fishing.