Originally from Queens, NY, Mr. Nick Saporito attended Catholic school from grades K to 12, first at Most Precious Blood School and later at Archbishop Molloy High School. He began his teaching career at St. Margaret Catholic School in Middle Village, NY, teaching sixth grade. After relocating to Atlanta, he accepted a fifth grade position at Christ the King School in 2006, where he served up until 2021. In that time, Mr. Saporito has acted as National Junior Honor Society Moderator, and as the faculty chairperson for Catholic Schools Week, Veteran’s Day, and Black History Month. In 2011, he was selected as Christ the King’s Archbishop’s Education Award winner. Mr. Saporito has served as Assistant Principal since the 2021 school year. He and his wife, Holly, have three kids who attend or have attended Christ the King.
M.Ed., Middle Grade Language Arts and Mathematics, Mercer University
B.S., Marketing, The Pennsylvania State University
Georgia Certification in Middle Grades 4-8 Language Arts and Mathematics