David Pitre, Ph.D. has been named head of school for Fort Bend Christian Academy.
After beginning his career as an instructor in higher education, Pitre served independent and Christian independent schools in several senior-administrative roles, including head of school, founding head of upper school, academic dean, and dean of faculty.
Pitre has been involved in a wide variety of professional activities and associations, including serving on accreditation teams in several states, participating in professional organizations such as the National Association of Independent Schools, the International Dyslexia Association, the National Association of Episcopal Schools, and serving as a member of the board of directors of the Texas Association of Nonpublic Schools.
“For me to serve as Fort Bend Christian Academy’s next head of school is both a professional honor and a personal privilege,” Pitre said. “For all of FBCA’s successes, good work remains to be done as it moves into its next stage of development as a premier Christian independent school.”
Pitre earned a B.A. from the University of Louisiana-Lafayette (formerly the University of Southwestern Louisiana), a M.A. from Virginia Tech University, and a Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina. He is married to Judy, a speech/language therapist and reading/language clinician and diagnostician.