Kenneth B. Bass, M.Ed.
Head of School, Weston
The 2020 – 2021 school year marks Kenneth’s 34th year as an educator in South Florida. He began his career in 1987 as a social studies teacher and athletic coach at Nova High School. In 1998, he received a promotion to assistant principal serving at Tequesta Trace Middle School and South Broward High School. In 2003, he accepted an opportunity to serve as a principal in the City of Pembroke Pines Charter School system at the Central Campus and the East Campus. In 2009, under his leadership, the United States Department of Education recognized the City of Pembroke Pines Charter Middle School as a National School of Excellence. In the Spring of 2018, after 31 years, he retired from the public school system. In the Fall of 2018, Kenneth’s career in education continued in the private sector at Xceed Preparatory Academy. He returned to his roots as a social studies teacher at the Coral Springs Campus and then received a promotion to serve as the Head of School at the Weston Campus when it opened in the Spring of 2019. Kenneth originally hails from New York City. He has been a resident of Florida since 1969. He graduated from Lake Worth High School (1981) and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Florida State University (1985) and a Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership from Florida Atlantic University (1995).