Tim Schlosser became principal at Tyee High School in 2017. He previously served as principal of Highline Big Picture School and as success dean at Arts and Academics Academy on the Evergreen Campus.
Tim earned his bachelor’s degree at Seattle University and his MA at Loyola Marymount University in secondary education with a focus on English language learners.
He started his teaching career in Los Angeles Unified School District, where he chaired his English department and was selected to represent the district as a teacher on special assignment for two years in Los Angeles’ sister city, Nagoya, Japan. Tim later worked for Teach for America Washington as an instructional coach.
He completed his principal certification through the University of Washington’s Danforth Educational Leadership program.
Victoria Terry became co-principal with Tim Schlosser beginning February 1, 2019. She has served as vice-principal since 2017. She previously served as vice-principal with Tim at Highline Big Picture School and was dean of students at Chinook Middle School.
Victoria earned her bachelor’s degree at University of Washington in business and her Masters of Education at the University of Phoenix.
She started her teaching career in Highline where she began as a substitute before landing a long-term teaching position at Chinook Middle School. She taught there for 12 years and received her teaching credentials.
She completed her principal certification through Western Washington’s Educational Leadership Program.