About Dr. Wagner Marseille
Entering Princeton, New Jersey school system as a young boy from Haiti, Dr. Marseille experienced the motivation and encouragement of educators who believed in his potential. He graduated Princeton High School with a full athletic scholarship, earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Dr. Marseille then went on to obtain a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Rider University and finally to achieve a Doctorate in Educational and Organizational Leadership from the University of Pennsylvania.
His professional experiences include roles as a classroom teacher, Assistant Principal, Director of Secondary Education, Assistant Superintendent, Acting Superintendent of Schools and presently, Superintendent. As a lifelong educator, Dr. Marseille believes in the foundational power of strong teacher-student relationships and excellent curriculum and instruction. His goal has consistently been, no matter which of many roles he has assumed in schools, to empower students to be autonomous thinkers and socially responsible citizens who are ready to meet the challenges of an ever challenging global community.
Dr. Marseille resides in Cheltenham Township with his wife and daughter who attends Cheltenham School District.