Faculty Spotlight: John Borman

Meet John Borman

Degrees and Experience
  • M.A., Educational Leadership (University of Northern Colorado)
  • B.A., English (University of Northern Colorado)
  • B.A., Physical Education (University of Northern Colorado)
Biography and Professional Achievements

John Borman has been in public education for over 25 years. He started as an English teacher at Gateway High School in Aurora, Colorado, where he was named "Teacher of the Year" twice. After relocating to Greeley, Colorado, Borman moved through the administrative ranks as athletic director and assistant principal at Greeley Central High School before becoming the principal of Northridge High School. He later relocated to Monument, Colorado, where he served as principal of Lewis-Palmer High School and later as superintendent of Lewis-Palmer School District 38. The school district earned the "Accredited with Distinction" mark each year during his time there.

Through his many years in public education, Borman worked with Fellowship of Christian Athletes, YoungLife, and started the first-ever Academic Bible Club at Gateway High School. He was a regular contributor to the Tri-Lakes Tribune and was a featured speaker throughout the community.