Shaun Fuchs is an educationalist, entrepreneur and the Managing Director: Reddam House Gauteng and New Schools – part of Inspired – a co-educational, non-denominational, independent school group designed to inspire students to achieve their maximum potential in a nurturing, progressive academic environment from ages 1 to 18. He is also a much-requested speaker at corporate South African and international conventions on the subject of education.
Shaun graduated from the Johannesburg College of Education (WITS) with a Higher Diploma in Education in 1989. In 2006, he completed an MBA from the Business School Netherlands (BSN) where he was awarded the Top Achiever Award for his dissertation: “Strategic Management in a Private School”.
He started his teaching career as a teacher at Fourways High School in January 1990 and in 1993 was promoted to the position of Head of Department. Shaun joined Crawford College Lonehill in 1999 as a History teacher, Sports Administrator and Grade Tutor. Through hard work and dedication Shaun became a Deputy Principal and then Senior Deputy Principal at the College. In 2009 Shaun was promoted to the role of Principal. After 25 years in the school environment, Shaun left to take up the position of General Manager of Crawford Schools™ and later General Manager of Centurus Colleges.
Mr. Fuchs has been involved in all aspects of the running of schools from grass roots upwards and has valuable management experience. He is passionate about Education, and works tirelessly to inspire and effect change within Education in adapting to the ever-changing environment. He loves working with the students and staff and applies a student-focused approached in all that he does.
With his wealth of experience in education and business, Shaun is ideally suited to add enormous value to the further development and management of Reddam House and Inspired.
Shaun will be a key member of the Inspired Africa Executive team and report to the Inspired Board of Directors.
He has an MBA through the Business School of the Netherlands and was awarded the Top Achiever Award at the graduation ceremony.