The Victorville Campus Administrative Team is proud to work with you this school year! We are dedicated to the safety, academic success, and well being of every student. We believe through the power of the educational team, the possibilities for students are endless!
At the Victorville Campus, our staff works together to provide a safe learning environment while infusing the school day with opportunities for peer-to-peer connections and Eagle spirit! With the plethora of on-campus workshops, rigorous curriculum, and a variety of support resources, we are committed to personalizing your education as we prepare our students to be successful adults. In addition, be on the lookout for fun field trips, pep-rallies, class meetings, guest speakers, food trucks, and more!
The Victorville Administrative Team is excited to work with you to make this a successful and fun school year! Please, stop by call or email our offices any time!
Amanda Chapman is the Principal at Excelsior’s Victorville site. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies and Master’s in Educational Technology at California Polytechnic University, Pomona. Amanda has been with Excelsior since 2010 and has worked as a substitute, facilitator, classroom teacher, mentor, interim administrator, and Assistant Principal. She believes all students can achieve success and is dedicated to helping students “Make it Happen!”. Her mission is to prepare students to become successful adults and she looks forward to continuing to maintain a safe and inclusive environment for students to thrive in.
Greetings Excelsior Family,
My name is Michelle Shreve, and I am honored and excited to serve as your assistant principal for the Victorville campus. My journey began as a long-term sub, before being hired full-time as an Education Specialist and facilitator in September of 2010. My experiences with Excelsior include serving as a senior facilitator, club advisor, class advisor, coach and assistant coach for multiple sports, yearbook advisor, photo advisor, ASB advisor, and graduation coordinator.
My motto is to never stop learning and I hope to encourage and support students and staff to do the same. After earning two Associates degrees from Victor Valley College, I was able to continue my education at Azusa Pacific University earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development with an emphasis in English, then a multiple teaching credential, mild/moderate and moderate/severe education specialist credentials with my Master’s Degree in Education at Chapman/Brandman University.
Recently, I have earned a certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis, completed courses for a single subject English credential, and earned my Preliminary Administrative Services Credential. In the near future, I plan to clear my Administrative Services Credential while beginning a Doctorate program. With this experience, I look forward to serving Excelsior students, staff, and families while continuing to learn and grow.
Mrs. Michelle Shreve
I am excited to be at Excelsior’s Victorville campus serving the families of the high desert area and supporting the incredible staff at the site and the amazing work they do in providing students with quality education. I am an alumnus of Azusa Pacific University where I earned my Master of Arts degree in Educational Leadership and an alumnus of Chapman University where I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science. I began my career in education in 2007 working as a teacher for the Snowline Unified School District, teaching students in grades 6-8 at a middle school and later students grades 9-12 at a continuation high school. In 2010 I was fortunate to have the opportunity to join the team at Excelsior’s Victorville campus. During my time here I have served students and families in the capacities of Facilitator/Teacher for grades 7-11 and as an Assistant Principal. My titles and job duties have changed throughout my time as an educator but what has not is my uncompromising view that all students can learn, given a positive learning atmosphere and the support of their parents/guardians and teachers.