Philadelphia Academy of School Leaders | Sharon Marino
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Fellow Profiles

School Type

District

Grade Levels

Pre-K-5

Student Enrollment

700

Neighborhood

Hunting Park

Education

M.S. Elementary Education,
St. Joseph’s University

 

Administrative Certification,

Cheyney University

 

English as a Second Language Specialist Certification,

Penn State University

 

B.A. English Literature,
Rosemont College

Sharon Marino

Principal, Alexander K. McClure School
School District of Philadelphia
2016 Neubauer Fellow

“Serving as a principal in the Hunting Park community allows me to lead the efforts toward ensuring that all students have equitable resources to what they need as individuals. We are working to close the academic and mental health gaps that exist in our city. Leading a team and community to do this work is why I became a principal; together, with our families and community, we can change the outcomes for our students.”

Sharon has served as the principal of Alexander K. McClure School since 2013. Under her leadership, McClure School moved from Intervene to Watch on their School Progress Report in 2017 and has had consistent student and teacher PVAAS growth over three years for ELA and Math. McClure currently has 20 partners aligned to the school’s vision/mission of supporting the academic, health, and behavioral needs of students. In addition, Sharon supported her school to receive two Teacher- Leader Collaborative Grants 2016 and 2017).

 

Sharon has been an educator since 1999. Prior to becoming a principal, Sharon served as Kindergarten Teacher, Reading First Coach, and Teacher Leader. Sharon grew up in Philadelphia, and graduated from West Catholic High School.

2016 Neubauer Fellows Page