King Philip Regional High School Announces New Assistant Principal Karen Archambault

Karen Archambault will serve as the assistant principal of ninth and eleventh grades at King Philip Regional High School for the 2023-24 school year. (Photo courtesy King Philip Regional School District)

Superintendent Rich Drolet and Principal Nicole Bottomley are pleased to announce that Karen Archambault has been selected as the next assistant principal of King Philip Regional High School.

Archambault will begin her new role as the newest member of the King Philip leadership team at the end of August in time for the start of the 2023-24 school year. In this role, she will oversee ninth-grade and eleventh-grade students throughout the upcoming school year.

“Ms. Archambault has a vast array of educational experiences and focuses everything she does through a lens of equity and empathy. She is a strong educational leader, a fierce advocate for students and, most importantly, treats everyone with respect and kindness. We are very fortunate to have her join our leadership team,” said Principal Bottomley.

Archambault has spent the past five years gaining experience as an assistant principal working most recently at Holliston High School and Westport Junior/Senior High School.

Prior to working in Westport, she worked in Wellesley at both the high school and district level as an instructional coach and data coordinator. Throughout her work, she has received extensive experience with instructional practices and alternative learning assessments. Additionally, she’s worked with schools to develop a Vision of a Graduate, which articulates the essential skills a student should be equipped with upon their graduation.

Archambault holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from George Washington University and a Master of Education from Boston College. She is also a Certified Data Wise Coach and Teaching Fellow from Harvard University.

“I’m thrilled to be joining the King Philip community and am excited to develop relationships with faculty, students and the overall community,” Archambault said. “I’m proud of the work I have done in collaboration with educators and students as I thrive off of helping others discover and pursue their passions. I look forward to having the opportunity to apply these skills at King Philip Regional High School.”


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