• Posted 8/2/2023

    New Hires & Promotions

    Fulton County Schools would like to say "welcome" to our newly-hired principals and administrative staff. We also offer our "congratulations" to existing employees that move into these positions as well. We are proud to present our newest team members here and on our FCS Social Media.

    Michael Scheifflee

    Mike Scheifflee

    Principal, Alpharetta High School

    Mike Scheifflee began his educational journey at Alpharetta High School in 2004. Mr. Scheifflee earned his Bachelor of Science in Art Education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, his Master of Education in Art Education from the University of North Georgia, and his Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership from Valdosta State University. He taught art and became the Fine Arts Department Chair and in 2013 also assumed the role of Athletic Director for the school.

    By 2017, Mr. Scheifflee had made the move into administration as an Assistant Principal at Alpharetta HS. Through his varied professional experiences, Mr. Scheifflee has successfully built relationships with students of all backgrounds, from artists to athletes, and looks forward to supporting all of the students’ interests represented at Alpharetta HS going forward as principal!

    Mr. Scheifflee has been honored to be a part of the visionary work Dr. Kersey established as a driver for excellence at Alpharetta HS and he is committed to continuing to improve the Alpharetta HS student experience by focusing on continued student achievement, authentic educational experiences inside the classroom and out, and ensuring all students reach their full potential through the school’s multitude of academic, athletic, artistic, and altruistic opportunities.

    Mike and his family look forward to continuing the journey they’ve always been on as honorary Alpharetta HS ambassadors. As Mr. Scheifflee enters his 20th year at Alpharetta HS, he is the perfect leader to lead the school community in celebrating Alpharetta High School’s 20th anniversary of excellence and take us into the next 20 years. GO RAIDERS!