Cherokee Charter Academy Hires Principal
By Colleen Reynolds, Edge Communications
Canton, GA (May 4, 2011) - Cherokee Charter Academy has hired Vanessa Suarez as its founding principal. She brings many years of experience in all aspects of teaching and administration. She most recently served as assistant principal at Woodstock High School for the past four years, but has deep roots with Charter Schools USA.
Suarez began her educational career as an English teacher at Coconut Creek High School in South Florida. After seven years as an English teacher, she became an assistant principal with Charter Schools USA’s highly successful Coral Springs Charter School. Here, she oversaw curriculum and the teacher mentoring program. She relocated to Georgia where she became assistant principal at Woodstock High. During this time, she oversaw the math and science curricula, ninth grade academy, and the Career, Technical and Agricultural Education program.
“We are very excited to have Ms. Suarez return to Charter Schools USA,” said Sherry Hage, vice-president of education. “Her professionalism and caring attitude toward the students was an asset when she worked with us before and will continue to represent a high value to the students and parents at Cherokee Charter Academy.”
Cherokee Charter Academy is part of the Charter Schools USA Inc. (CSUSA) family of schools. CSUSA is one of the nation’s leading charter school management companies, serving Kindergarten through 12thgrade. CSUSA provides comprehensive management services to corporations, government entities and non-profit organizations. CSUSA schools are individually developed to meet the unique needs and requirements of the community. CSUSA educational advantages include integrated technology, parental involvement contracts, student uniforms, enforced discipline policies, highly qualified and motivated staff, community focus and high academic performance. For more information about Cherokee Charter Academy, visit www.cherokeecharter.org or call 1-866-KIDS USA.