Andrew B. Kim currently serves as the Superintendent of the Comal Independent School District, a fast-growth school district serving more than 25,000 students within its 589 square miles.
Prior to joining Comal ISD in 2012, Kim served as the Superintendent of Schools in Manor ISD where he was instrumental in the development and creation of Manor New Tech High School. He has also served as an Assistant Superintendent in Austin ISD, Director of Professional Development in Round Rock ISD, and a principal and teacher for the Dallas ISD.
A proponent of civic and community engagement, Kim serves on several state and local boards including: Texas State University’s Texas School Safety Center, chair of the Policy Committee on Public Education Information (PCPEI), presiding officer to the Texas Commission on Next Generation Assessments and Accountability, selected to Lt. Governor Dan Patrick’s School Superintendent Advisory, and president of Comal Environmental Education Coalition.
Kim earned a master’s degree in educational administration from the University of Texas at Austin, and a bachelor’s degree in medieval studies and classical civilization from Fordham University, Bronx, New York.