By Sheree Tait
Queen City Career Prep High School (QCCPHS), 2170 Gilbert Ave., Cincinnati, kicked off its new school year on August 16 with a well credentialed, experienced new leadership team. This new season further advances the QCCPHS mission to do everything possible to set our students on a path to success.
“We are very excited about the impact the school, along with this new leadership team, will have on the lives of our students, our community and Cincinnati, said Jim Blair, CEO Fusion Ed (QCCPHS’s management company). “Principal Pamela Schreiner and Assistant Principal Jennifer Vineyard, are very capable and ready to take our school to the next level.”
Schreiner has more than 27 years of consulting and leadership experience who believes in the greater social mission, to serve those seeking empowerment and self-actualization through educational opportunities. She is a licensed principal skilled in behavior management, trauma informed education, funding and development, diversity and inclusion, curriculum and instruction, partnership and community development, crisis intervention and conflict resolution. She received her Bachelor of Arts Education of Social Sciences from the University of South Florida and she received her Masters of Science degree in Educational Leadership from St. Thomas University, which includes additional graduate level coursework in organizational psychology. She is currently working on her doctorate in education leadership.
Vice Principal Vineyard is an accomplished, dedicated and experienced professional with demonstrated success in school counseling, career development, program implementation, special education and testing. Proven leadership ability and expertise in cooperative management, school start up and improvement and STEM curriculum design. She has a Master of Education in School Counseling from the University of Cincinnati and a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from The Ohio State University.
Queen City Career Preparatory High School is a non-traditional charter high school whose goal is to empower students and give them an educational choice. Designed for every kind of learner, QCCPHS offers a flexible schedule and family advocacy and supports to meet the students’ needs so they can achieve success.
The school offers entrepreneurship training, creative and performing arts, industry recognized credentialing, trade education programs including Easter Seals and YouthBuild. QCCPHS partnerships include Poppy’s Therapeutic Corner, LLC, Artworks, Chris Collinsworth Foundation, and Dr. Robert Harris & Vulcan’s Forge Performing Arts Collaborative.
QCCPHS currently has positions available, if interested, please call 513-201-5822. For more information, visit careerprepschool.com/queencity or call (513) 475-0222.