As many Shamrocks know, Josh Hoener is the superintendent of the New Haven School District. He recently achieved his doctorate degree after 3 years of graduate school at Williams Woods University in Fulton, Missouri.
Every Wednesday evening for 3 years, Dr. Hoener went to Fulton. When asked about how many classes he took, he replied, “I took 3 classes this year.” When he was done with his classes, he had to pass a 5 or 6 hour-long test and write a dissertation that took him about a year and a half to complete. After all that grueling work, Dr. Hoener emerged with a doctorate degree in Administration.
When asked how Dr. Hoener feels about his new degree, he replied, “I am very excited that I got this degree.’’
Dr. Hoener decided to pursue a doctorate degree because nobody else had one in New Haven and he wanted to be the first. According to Dr. Hoener, he is going to continue working hard to keep advancing his education.