Dr. Chuck Hiscock

Dr. Chuck Hiscock



I began my career in education in 1992 as an art teacher after spending three years in the United States Army Military Police Corps, and then working for another 6 years as a commercial artist.  I spent 11 years teaching art and coaching football and wrestling before assuming my first administrative role as a dean of students. After several years as an associate principal, I became the principal at the greatest school in the state of Illinois … West Aurora High School … and have been in my current role since 2013.
My educational background includes a Spanish Language certificate from the Defense Language Institute, an Associate of Arts in Illustration from the American Academy of Art in Chicago, a Bachelor of Arts in Education from the University of Illinois-Chicago, a Master of Arts in Painting and a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from Governor’s State University, and an Educational Specialist degree in Educational Leadership from Northern Illinois University. I also received my Doctor of Education degree from Northern in 2013.

Roll on Blackhawks!