Miki Golden Jr. – Mr. Golden is the principal of Hollis Academy. He has served as principal for 12 years. Prior to coming to Hollis, he was assistant principal at East North Street Academy and Sirrine Elementary. He has taught grades 2, 3, 4, 5, and worked as a science lab teacher during his tenure as an educator. This year is his 32nd year in education. He taught in various schools in Greenville County including Mauldin Elementary, East Greer Elementary, Chandler Creek Elementary, and Southside Christian School. Mr. Golden graduated from Bob Jones University in 1984 with a BS in Elementary Education. He also attended Furman University and received a MA in Elementary Education in 1991 and a MA in School Leadership and Supervision from Furman University in 2002. As principal at Hollis Academy, Mr. Golden's role is to be the educational leader of the school as well as manage the everyday school business. He works directly with teachers to improve instruction, set curriculum, provide leadership and support, work with the community and parents, manage financial aspects of the school, support students, and is the face of Hollis Academy in the community.
Maureen R. Heinbuch - Mrs. Heinbuch's primary role as the Assistant Principal is to support Mr. Golden with the instructional program and day to day operations. Their effort together is to promote the success of ALL students at Hollis Academy. Mrs. Heinbuch is a graduate of Clemson University. At Clemson she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education, and completed her Masters in Administration and Supervision there as well. She has been an educator for 30 years with 19 of those years spent in Greenville County Schools. She is married and has two children and a son in law. Mrs. Heinbuch states, "I firmly believe that your child receives the best education possible when you and I work together as a team. Please know that your child will be treated fairly and with respect. Your child is growing every day. Together we can teach, encourage, and mold your child into a responsible citizen of tomorrow."