Before becoming our principal, Mr. Wrinkle first joined Rochester Community Schools as a science teacher at Adams High School in 2011. While at Adams, he was also a football and track coach, a science teacher leader, part of the RCS District NGSS transition team and has served as an Assistant Principal at RHS for four years. Mr. Wrinkle holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Science, a Master’s degree in Educational Administration from Michigan State University and a Education Specialist degree from Oakland University. He and his wife Sarah have two sons, Jack and Nick. At RHS, Mr. Wrinkle is looking forward to another year as a Falcon!
Mr. Amore spent the first eight years of his career as a History and Multimedia teacher at Van Hoosen Middle School. He also served as Athletic Liaison, Teacher Leader, and created and coached the Van Hoosen and Adams H.S. Archery team. Mr. Amore holds a Bachelor’s degree in History, Social Studies, and Secondary Education from Oakland University and a Master’s degree in Educational Administration from U. of M. Flint. He is an avid outdoorsman and conservationist, and takes any opportunity to enjoy nature. He and his wife, Anna, currently live in Macomb Twp. and have one daughter, Eliana and a son, Nico. He is passionate about serving the students of Rochester and is excited to be a Falcon! Mr. Amore serves students with the last names A-I.
Ms. Aprile spent the first several years of her career as an English and Spanish teacher at Clarkston High School. There she cultivated student organizations and led professional development and professional learning communities for teachers. Ms. Aprile holds a Bachelor’s degree in English and Spanish and a Master’s degree in Educational Administration from Michigan State University. In her free time, Ms. Aprile enjoys reading, baking, and spending time with her family. Her and her fiancé, Tony, have two dogs, Lucy and Walter. Ms. Aprile serves students with the last names J-R.
Mrs. Collier has been a teacher within the Rochester Community School District for more than 13 years. During that time, she has served students as a K-5 elementary resource teacher, fifth-grade teacher, and most recently as a middle school resource math teacher and co-teacher for Math 6. Last summer, Mrs. Collier developed and taught an online math camp for at-risk students entering middle school. Mrs. Collier earned her Education Specialist degree with a focus in educational leadership, along with her administrator’s certificate, from Oakland University. She holds a master’s degree in reading and curriculum assessment from Marygrove College and a bachelor’s degree in applied science from Eastern Michigan University. Mrs. Collier has also served on the district math committee representing Special Education students. Mrs. Collier has a deep passion for supporting students, colleagues and support staff and looks forward to making an impact in her new role. Mrs. Collier serves students with the last names S-Z.