Ms Tammie McGee

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Deputy Principal (Secondary)

Although beginning her 34-year career in education as a teacher in the public school system in Ontario, Canada, Tammie McGee has spent most of her career overseas in international schools in Asia and Central America.  As a teacher in Ontario, she held positions as a classroom teacher, an academic resource teacher, and she coordinated the J. Clarke Richardson Collegiate-Durham College-University of Toronto Partnership as part of the Ontario Ministry of Educations Student Success initiative.  During her 25 years overseas she has, in addition to teaching in Hong Kong and El Salvador, held leadership positions in elementary and secondary schools.  Although much of her career has been with Canadian education, specifically Ontario, and Hong Kong, her experiences in El Salvador provided exposure to American curriculum and Advanced Placement (AP). She is an Ontario qualified principal and Canadian trained educator holding undergraduate degrees from Carleton University and the University of Toronto, a Master of Arts from Western University, and is pursuing a doctorate in education from Keele University.