Tim Solley, Asst Supt of Instruction & Academic Accountability

  • image of Tim Solley Tim Solley is the Assistant Superintendent of Instruction and Academic Accountability for the Madison County School District.

    Mr. Solley holds an undergraduate degree from the University of North Alabama, where he majored in Secondary Education. He graduated from Mississippi State University with a Master’s Degree in Physical Education and later added a certification in Educational Administration from Alabama A&M University. Mr. Solley went on to complete an Educational Specialist degree from Jacksonville State University. Mr. Solley is a graduate of the Alabama Superintendent’s Academy and a member of Leadership Huntsville/Madison County Class 21.

    Currently in his thirty-second year in the education field, Mr. Solley has worked with students from kindergarten to high school. Over the course of his career, Mr. Solley has served as a high school history and physical education teacher, coach, Assistant Principal, Principal, Director of Middle School Education, and Director of Teaching and Learning.

    Since moving to the central office, he has led the development of the district’s Strategic Plan, directed the creation of the school district’s Virtual Academy, organized the district’s ExCEL21 Leadership Academy, supervised the district’s implementation of Pre-AP courses, and led the development of Professional Learning Communities throughout the district.