Campus Leadership

Dr. Sheba K. George – Superintendent and CEO
Dr. Sheba George

Dr. Sheba K. George is the founder of Newman International Academy of Arlington. She and her family worked to have a charter school in their community because they realized the need for a safe haven with a private school nurture and rigor that can cater to students of all economic levels, especially those children who cannot afford private school fees. Dr. George’s passion is to see generations of children in America rise up to have and fulfill great dreams. She is committed to seeing children of our nation meet the demands of the world marketplace in all fields including science, technology, engineering (especially aerospace, and computer engineering), mathematics, literature, writing, law, journalism, fine arts and sports.

According to Dr. George, “excellence can be achieved in all fields by sowing seeds of knowledge, ‘conceptual understanding,’ ‘procedural fluency,’ ‘strategic competence’ and problem solving skills in the soil of America’s unsurpassable creativity. These seeds can grow to see success only in an environment of nurture, care, hard work, and discipline. One must always remember that true success and good character are inseparable.” Dr. George also believes that “every child has some gift, and the school partnership with parents and community can help every child reach his or her highest potential. ’No child’ should be ‘left behind.’ ”


NIA Grace Administration

Shauna Moore – Elementary Principal
Shauna Moore

Mrs. Shauna Moore graduated from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor in 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Since that time, she has been working with children and teens through both leading community programs and teaching in public and charter schools. Her previous experience in social work and leading community programs provides experience and expertise in the social service field while providing a background for working with families in diverse and often challenging situations.
Mrs. Moore has been working in or with public and charter schools for over 15 years. She left the social service field to teach and work in Dallas urban schools. Later, Mrs. Moore taught in suburban areas of the Dallas /Ft. Worth metropolis.
In addition to her principal certification, Mrs. Moore is a certified Texas teacher in multiple areas including: EC- 8th Generalist, Speech Communications 8-12th, Theater EC-12th, and ESL supplemental. She completed a Masters in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Texas at Arlington.