Charles A Fuller - Principal
Dr. Fuller has been an educator for 32 years, the first 16 of those as a science teacher. After transitioning into administration, he served as the principal of Franklinton High School in Franklin County for almost 10 years. Most recently, he held the position of Director of Secondary Education in Franklin County, working directly with all of the middle and high schools, primarily in the area of curriculum and instruction but in various other capacities as well. Mr. Fuller received his Bachelor of Science from Appalachian State University majoring in health and physical education with a minor in physics. He then earned his Master of School Administration degree from UNC-Greensboro. Recently, he received a degree of Educational Doctorate in the area of Administration and Supervision from N.C. State University. Mr. Fuller and his wife, Veronica, recently celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary. They are blessed to have in our lives a son and a daughter, and her husband.
Melissa Wilson - Assistant Principal
Mrs. Wilson taught middle grades science and social studies in La Grange, NC after earning her Bachelors in Agricultural Education from NC State University. She obtained her Masters in School Administration at ECU through the NC Principal Fellows Program and served as an administrator at the high school and elementary levels for six years in Greenville, NC prior to relocating to Raleigh with her family in 2015. Mrs. Wilson and her husband are the proud parents of twins, Lauren and Jackson, as well as Emmett the dog. She’s a bonafide fan of Harry Potter, having lost count of how many times she’s read the series, and she holds out hope that her children will attend Hogwarts one day.
Erica Prentice - Assistant Principal Intern
Ms. Prentice received her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education (K-6) with a concentration in Environmental Science from the University of Wyoming. She moved to North Carolina in 2011, where she taught third grade for Wake County Public Schools. She then accepted the position as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Coordinator at Lincoln Heights Elementary School. As STEM Coordinator, Ms. Prentice helped to launch the program, leading her staff in professional development as well as modeling and co-teaching STEM integration in the classroom. In 2013, her 7E Model Integrated STEM Unit was published by Wake County Public Schools and served as a foundation for their elementary STEM curriculum. In March 2014, Ms. Prentice was chosen as a member of NC Department of Public Instruction’s NC STEM Review Team where she and other selected candidates review and evaluate STEM schools around the state. Ms. Prentice is currently in her second year of the Principal Fellows Program at NC State. She and her husband, Bill, reside in Wake Forest.