Phone: (610) 524-6300, Ext. 36011


Degrees and Certifications:

Undergrad: Temple University – B.A. Psychology Graduate: Immaculata University – M.A. Counseling Psychology with a concentration in School Psychology Certificate/Graduate Courses: Cabrini University – Principal/Admin I Certificate Certificates: Pa Certified School Psychologist and Pa Certified Principal/Admin I

Andrew Kirby

It is a dream come true to continue my service with the Lionville Middle School community! Prior to becoming the assistant principal and athletic director for LMS, I served this school community as a school psychologist. Lionville Middle School is a unique and amazing place. Our students are passionate, creative, energetic, and adventurous.

Before coming to Lionville Middle School I had the opportunity, as a school psychologist, to serve in the Oxford Area School District high school and elementary school levels. Having experienced working with students and staff in all levels of education, I quickly felt at home with middle school students.

Prior to my career in education, I served our Chester County community and a few of our surrounding counties as a child and adolescent mental health and behavioral health professional. This experience provided me with my first leadership opportunity. This career also helped me find my calling to serve in public education. I believe all people; all children should be given the opportunity to learn skills in order to prepare them for success throughout life. I believe public education is a great place to help foster these skills.

I earned my undergraduate degree in Psychology from Temple University. I completed my Masters degree in Counseling Psychology and certificate in School Psychology with Immaculata University. I completed my K-12 Principal certificate with Cabrini University.

As a DASD parent of two children, my service to this community goes beyond a career calling. Thus, this opportunity is a true dream come true. I look forward to serving our community, our amazing faculty, and all of our children.