Dr. Christopher Moran is beginning his 31st year in education and is driven to employ great leaders, teachers, and support personnel to inspire and equip students through innovative and challenging opportunities. He is a product of Whitehouse ISD, graduating from Whitehouse High School in 1987. He served as a teacher, coach, bus driver, assistant principal, and principal of Whitehouse High School from 1994 - 2006. He has served as principal of Clear Lake High School, leading that campus from an Acceptable to Exemplary rating in just two years, and being named the largest exemplary high school in The State of Texas with more than 3,600 students in grades 9-12. Dr. Moran served as Superintendent of Brownsboro ISD for five years prior to returning to Whitehouse. He is entering his 7th year as superintendent in WISD.
Dr. Moran was named Superintendent of the Year in Region 7 (2019), Teacher of the Year (2000), High School Principal of the Year for Region VII (2006), Secondary Principal of the Year in Clear Creek ISD (2010), and served on the Texas Education Agency Commissioner’s Cabinet (2017-2020), representing Region 7. He currently serves as a member of the Executive Committee of the Texas Association of School Administrators. Dr. Moran received a B.S. in Education from Evangel University, a Master's degree in Educational Administration from The University of Texas at Tyler, and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Stephen F. Austin State University. He has received Post-Doctoral training through the Lamar University Center for Executive Leadership (2015) and the SMU District Leadership Fellows (2020).
With a heart for students, Dr. Moran is committed to ensuring all students are safe and secure, feel loved, and that every student learns at high levels each day. His love for Whitehouse ISD is demonstrated every day in his interaction with students, staff, and parents.