Currently, Supervisor of a Magnet Schools Assistance Program grant that introduced new magnet programs to six Baltimore County Public Schools, Corinne Roche possesses nearly two decades of experience working in and around magnet schools. Corinne began her career as a science teacher with Baltimore County Public Schools. After five years she moved on to Baltimore County’s Chesapeake STEM Academy as the 12-month magnet coordinator.
Corinne’s extensive experience in magnet schools, including teaching, coordination, and supervision include her roots, specifically, as a magnet teacher, followed by the coordination of a whole school magnet revision and, now, as a district level supervisor overseeing an MSAP grant. Corinne has the advantage of a birds-eye view, credentialed experience and the vision needed to be a part of the MSA Board.
Corinne acquired a Post-Master’s Certification in School Leadership/Administrator I from Towson University; an Administrator II Certification which is part of the National School Leadership Licensure Assessment program; a Master of Arts in Secondary Education, Biology Grades 7-12, from Towson University and a Bachelor of Science in Biology, Minor in Sociology, from Marist College.
Raise the level of performance consistent throughout school districts nationwide and creates a platform from which all magnet schools can flourish. Magnet Schools of America’s national certification process is designed to recognize the hard work of the best magnet schools in the nation and to help them as they grow.