Tiffany Clark is a Jacksonville native who is thrilled to be a part of a unique learning community like no other in North Florida. She brings 16 years of education experience to her role as Elementary Principal. Nine of those years include teaching special education, two years were spent serving as a general education teacher, and five years include educational administration in both the private and public school sectors.
During her career as a public school educator, she worked with students in grades Pre- Kindergarten through grade 7. As an educational administrator, she worked as an Instructional Coach, Curriculum Coordinator, and a Special Programs Coach, where she supported teachers and parents to meet the individual needs of each student. At Collage Day School, she previously worked as the Director of Curriculum and Instruction during the school’s inaugural year, where she met with the leadership team to review student data to ensure each student realized their full potential.
She holds a M.A. in curriculum and instruction and a B.A. in special education. She is currently pursuing a specialist degree in Educational Administration and Leadership from Florida State University. She is a Florida Certified Teacher in the areas of pre-kindergarten, kindergarten to grade 6 and special education, kindergarten to grade 12.
With an interest in project based learning, she is dedicated to fostering a preschool and primary educational environment based on meaningful experiences that foster student led knowledge and spark curiosity.