Office of the Superintendent:
William S. Keilbaugh, Superintendent of Schools
"Children and adults must be continuous learners ... always on the road to becoming all that they can be."
William Keilbaugh began his career in special education teaching emotionally disturbed children. His experience in special classrooms has served as the foundation of a career devoted to the education of children of all abilities. Working at Haverford since 1979, first as Supervisor of Special Education, and then as Director of Special Education and Pupil Services, Dr. Bill became Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Administration and Elementary Education in 1997. In 2006, he assumed the helm of the district as its superintendent.
He is a 1971 graduate of West Chester University; holds a master's degree from Villanova University and earned a doctorate at Temple University. Prior to coming to Haverford, he supervised special education for the Berks County Intermediate Unit in Reading, PA. He began his teaching career at the former Harvard Avenue School in Delaware County.