We believe every student

should have the opportunity to achieve success. Our work equips school leaders with the tools to run exemplary schools.


Our Mission

Big Rock Educational Services works directly with school leadership teams to collaboratively identify, prioritize, and implement effective school systems aimed at increasing student achievement.

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About The

Matt Khirallah


Scott Hudnor

  • Scott and Matt previously opened and led two successful urban college prep campuses which consisted of elementary, middle, and high school grade levels
  • Scott has been featured in Driven by Data by Paul Bambrick-Santoyo
  • Matt brings over 10 years of experience in the social services and education field
  • Scott brings over 20 years of experience in the education field

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  • BRES consultants Scott Hudnor and Matt Khirallah zeroed in on meeting the needs of our school using methodologies rooted in transformative leadership and instructional best practices. We were able to articulate the focus areas for each member of the leadership team with Scott’s support. It is wonderful to work with a team that is student driven and able to meet the needs of a variety of communities across the country. Thanks to this great support our leadership team is now equipped, focused and ready to work on achieving our school goals and big rocks, with minimized distractions and maximized efficiency.

    Daniela AnelloHead of School, DC Bilingual Public Charter School
  • This past year, Scott has had a tremendous impact on me and my leadership development. He has pushed me to articulate clearly what I believe and want to be true in a school, and to translate those beliefs into big rocks that can be communicated, measured, and lived through every aspect of the school. Additionally, he has helped me develop strategic systems that will allow me to prioritize my time as a leader intentionally and in the highest impact areas. In every interaction, I know that my experiences, strengths and beliefs about schools are both valued and leveraged to have the highest possible positive impact on my teachers, leadership team, and students.

    Katie HillFisher Fellow and Founding School Leader, KIPP Truth Elementary School
  • As a founding school leader, I have learned that having a great vision and mission for our school is not enough. Through working with Scott Hudnor, BRES, I have been able to pinpoint the systems that will get our students and staff closer to that vision. After identifying the systems, we worked together to create detailed criteria for achieving excellence within each system. This allowed me to plan more intentionally the way in which I will communicate with and support my staff in the implementation of these systems. I have a peace of mind knowing that I have indicators that I can study to determine whether we are on track or need to adjust course in order to meet our mission, which is to prepare our students to succeed in college.

    Esmeralda CardosoFisher Fellow and Founding School Leader, KIPP Destiny Middle School
  • We all know that monitoring classroom instruction is a move that we all need to make in order for implementation to really happen in our classrooms. However, having your calendars synced with your target and clarity around a process to monitor your targets is sometimes challenging for campus leaders to build and execute. Our coaching from the BRES team has enabled our campus leaders to build, implement and maintain effective classroom monitoring systems around student culture and high-yield instructional strategies. The partnership with the BRES team has been powerful because it has allowed our leaders to “learn by doing”!

    Joe MiniscalcoExecutive Director of School Improvement, Richardson ISD
  • BRES consultant Scott Hudnor was able to listen to our needs, diagnose next steps, draft rubrics based on our systems, and then come in to coach our team to align to culture rubrics. Scott lead a process that was focused, collaborative, and effective. We have attended many trainings on coaching, but working with Scott allowed us to be precise and articulate in coaching practice.  After one day with Scott, we are so excited to continue to practice using the rubrics and coaching protocol.

    Malka BorregoFounder and CEO, Equitas Academy Charter Schools
  • Having known Scott since he joined the Dallas Ed Reform landscape a number of years ago, I was happy to see him focus his considerable talent on supporting fidelity of high leverage leadership practices. Teaching Trust is happy to be an early adopter of BRES services and has received valuable training for our coaches as they work to strengthen and calibrate their leadership development.

    Rosemary PerlmeterCo-Founder & Senior Program Officer - Teaching Trust
    Founder - Uplift Education
  • As a former employee of KIPP Dallas Fort-Worth and current Co-Founder at Big Rock Educational Services, Scott Hudnor has worked with me and is currently working with our regional Academics team to put highly structured and effective systems in place that our school leaders can use to implement data driven instruction, school culture walkthroughs and effectively manage their time against the most important educational levers. He is in constant contact with the team and ensures that his services align with the particular needs and goals of KIPP DFW. His knowledge on the highest levers for school success–and most important of all, how to successfully create and implement them–has been a huge asset to our KIPP DFW schools and the KIPPsters we serve!

    Quinton VanceExecutive Director, KIPP Dallas-Fort Worth
  • The support and development I received from Scott Hudnor as a teacher has provided me with the tools to succeed in my later leadership roles as Dean and Director of my school. Scott’s observations and collection of objective data helped me to see my highest leverage areas of growth and he always delivered that feedback with a very collaborative and supportive demeanor. Scott has a knack for pinpointing the next big “thing” that is needed in the classroom setting in order to achieve his vision of excellence. He eats, sleeps and breathes student achievement.

    Chloe LaFrancePrimary Director, Uplift Luna Preparatory

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