Henry “Hanale” Vincent IV Named Dean of Student Culture and International Services

Henry “Hanale” Vincent IV Named Dean of Student Culture and International Services

(NEW WINDSOR, MD) – Leaders of Springdale Preparatory School, an independent boarding and day school in New Windsor, Carroll County, Maryland, announced today that Henry “Hanale” Vincent IV has been named Dean of Student Culture and International Services.

Vincent is an experienced residential life and boarding school administrator, with varied roles over the last decade. Most recently, he served as vice principal of boarding on the middle school level for Kamehameha Schools in Honolulu, Hawaii. In that role, which he held for the last five years, Vincent served as a middle school administrator responsible for professional development, leadership, curriculum, student safety and general oversight of 640 students. He supervised all boarding staff and selected faculty and school personnel. He was involved in program, policy and procedure development for middle school initiatives. He also served Kamehameha Schools as a post-high counselor in the Career & Post-High Counseling Department. In that capacity, he provided support services and counseling to college students. He also worked to enhance collaboration and program development with institutions of higher learning to close the achievement gaps within the Native Hawaiian college student population.

“We welcome Hanale Vincent to Springdale Preparatory School and look forward to his leadership and direction in guiding our boarding program as dean of student culture and international services,” says Johnny Graham, founding head of school. “He has extensive boarding school experience with added experience in curriculum development and career counseling. With his guidance, students at Springdale Prep will be poised for success here in Carroll County, in college and in all of their future endeavors.``

Vincent earned a Master’s degree in social work with a child and family concentration from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu and a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. He is a School Wide Information Systems (SWIS) Certified Facilitator (PBIS), a Career Development Facilitator (NCDA) and a Certified High School Coach.

A native of Hawaii, Vincent joins Springdale Preparatory School this month.