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College of the Ozarks names headmaster for new school

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A headmaster has been chosen for College of the Ozarks' new on-campus college preparatory lab school, tentatively set to open in the fall. The school will serve students in grades nine through 12, incorporating C of O's philosophical views and integrating a biblical worldview, character education and patriotism.

Brad Dolloff, who served assistant principal and athletic director at Branson Junior High School since 2003, will begin his duties as headmaster Feb. 1, according to a C of O news release.

C of O's trustees approved the preparatory school in October, following a feasibility study and several visits to other laboratory schools.

Dolloff was chosen from among 40 applicants for the job, following a national search, the release said. Dolloff has 30 years of experience in secondary education, including teaching, coaching and administration.

He holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics teaching from Bethany College; a master's in education from Missouri State University an administrative certification from Baker University; and in a specialist in education/educational administration degree from MSU.

"With the help of Mr. Dolloff, the college will begin to focus on building the curriculum, hiring teachers and working on classrooms for the school," said Dean of Character Education Sue Head, in the release.

In the spring, C of O will hold a town hall meeting to provide information about enrollment and how parents can apply. Information about employment opportunities also will be posted online at[[In-content Ad]]


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