Welcome to Our Newest Principal at Westfield HS 3-2-21
FCPS announces the appointment of a new principal.
Antonio “Tony” DiBari, who served as assistant principal at Lake Braddock Secondary School since 2016, has been named the new principal of Westfield High School, effective March 1. During the past four and a half years, DiBari assumed principalship positions supporting FCPS credit recovery and Extended School Year (ESY) programming during the summer months. Previously, DiBari taught, served as the AVID site coordinator, PBIS internal head coach, baseball and basketball coach, and the summer school dean of students at Park View High School (a Title 1, minority-majority high school) in Loudoun County. In 2015 he was promoted to assistant principal at Loudoun Valley High School. He is one of two FCPS administrators selected to serve in the University of Virginia’s Statewide Communities of Practice for Excellence (SCOPE), a leadership development program focused on equity. As a participant in this program, he is also a member of the Statewide K-12 Advisory Council. Additionally, DiBari (along with his administrative colleagues at Lake Braddock) is currently collaborating with the director of diversity at Old Dominion University to increase his individual and team’s collective cultural competence. DiBari is currently in a graduate program to earn his doctor of education degree at Old Dominion University. He holds two master of education degrees in curriculum and instruction and educational leadership from George Mason University and a bachelor of arts degree in political science from Bridgewater College.