Meet Nicole Mosley, Principal
My name is Nicole Mosley, and I am very humbled and honored to serve the Meadowcreek Community as the Principal of McClure Health Science High School. McClure Health Science High School provides students with a rigorous, college-preparatory curriculum through the lens of health science: combining coursework with practical experiences in a myriad of Health Science fields. Each school day begins with a renewed focus on teaching, learning, and goal-setting.
The entire faculty and staff are working alongside your family to ensure that your child receives an innovative learning experience, which will prepare them for a successful collegiate experience and post-secondary career.
For those who I haven’t met, please allow me this opportunity to share a little about my educational background and experiences. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education from the University of Alabama, a master’s degree in Social Science Education from Georgia State University, a leadership add-on certification from the University of Georgia, and an educational specialist degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Piedmont College.
My educational career began in Gwinnett County Public Schools in August 1996. I have held a position as a middle school and high school teacher, a middle school and high school assistant principal, and most recently, as a middle school principal. During my tenure, I have been truly honored to support the vision and mission of Gwinnett County Public Schools for over two decades.
McClure Health Science High School offers a premier educational experience that propels all stakeholders to succeed. We are dedicated to creating a learning environment in which students will be known, accepted, valued, and encouraged. Our school culture is dedicated to success, community involvement, and providing quality rigorous instruction.
I am beyond excited about our relentless commitment to "Awaken the Wonder" at McClure Health Science High School as well as working together in the quest of serving our students, staff, and community exceptionally well.