Students, Parents, Alumni and Big Red Family,
I am so honored to be a part of the Big Red and all of the history and legacy that is included in being the principal of such a prestigious school.
Football, and all of our sports, clubs and activities, are an integral part of that tradition and must be supported and maintained.
On that note, I want to thank you for supporting our Terriers, as our games are a huge part of the community and the surrounding area. Additionally, the revenue gained from ticket sales, parking and concessions assists all of our athletic endeavors and helps in providing much needed equipment and incidentals to our players and staff.
More importantly, your support is invaluable to our athletes, students, band members, dancers, cheerleaders and everyone else associated with the long and storied Terrier tradition.
I could not be more proud of our students, faculty, coaches and staff and I am humbled to be the principal of such an outstanding high school.
We Are...The Big Red!
Mr. Boddie was appointed as Assistant Principal for Administration and Athletic Director of Hillsborough High School on June 14, 2015. Previously, he served as Assistant Principal for Administration and Athletic Director (APA) for Freedom High School from 2013-2015. Prior to becoming an APA, Mr. Boddie was the Assistant Principal for Student Affairs at Chamberlain High School from 2004-2013. Before entering Administration, Mr. Boddie taught Business Technology and ROTC at Monroe Middle School. In addition, he coached Football, Basketball and Track.
Mr. Boddie is a 22 year retired Veteran from the United States Air Force; receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management from Saint Leo College and his Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Sarasota. He is married and has one son who is proudly a Hillsborough High IB and Football Alumni. Mr. Boddie believes in inspiring students to Dream more, Learn more, Do more and Become More.