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Mosley to lead new high school in Meadowcreek Cluster

Board appoints Mosley to principal role

Mosley to lead new high school in Meadowcreek Cluster

October 19, 2018

     At its regular monthly meeting, the Gwinnett County Board of Education named Berkmar Middle School Principal Nicole Mosley as the principal of a health sciences themed high school opening in the Meadowcreek Cluster in August of 2019. Ms. Mosley will continue at Berkmar Middle until a new principal is named and then will transition to her new role. 

     The new high school in the Meadowcreek Cluster has yet to be named. It is located at 3921 Club Drive in Duluth. As a theme high school, its focus will be on providing a rigorous, college preparatory curriculum through the lens of health science, combining required coursework with practical medical and health industry experiences. The main program areas will include: Patient care, Allied health, Health Informatics, and Advanced Medicine. The school will serve students in the Meadowcreek Cluster.

 

Nicole Mosley, Principal of Meadowcreek Cluster health sciences high school  

GCPS Employment:Image of Nicole Mosley

2014- Present    Principal, Berkmar Middle School
2010-2014         Assistant Principal, Peachtree Ridge High School
2007-2010         Assistant Principal, Berkmar Middle School
2003-2007         Social Studies Teacher, Peachtree Ridge High School
2002-2003         Social Studies Teacher, Collins Hill High School
1996-2002         Social Studies Teacher, Summerour Middle School
 

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education— University of Alabama
  • Master’s degree in Secondary Education— Georgia State University
  • Specialist’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction—Piedmont College

     Ms. Mosley is a 2015 graduate of the GCPS Quality-Plus Leader Academy Aspiring Principal Program.

 

 

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