When using the word Principal to describe the head or director of a school, under what situations should one capitalize it, and when should it be lower-cased?
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Principal should be capitalized when used as a title preceding the name of the person but uncapitalized if used as a description following the name. For example,
See for example Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation.
Tips on the capitalization of the word principal:
protected by tchrist Mar 1 '15 at 18:24
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