Camille Coleman, Ed.D. Biography

Camille Coleman, Ed.D.
North Regional Superintendent
The School District of Palm Beach County

Camille Coleman is a product of the Palm Beach County public school system having attended West Riviera Elementary, Palm Beach Gardens Elementary, John F. Kennedy Middle and graduating from Palm Beach Gardens High School.

Mrs. Coleman’s leadership career began as the principal of Northboro Elementary School in West Palm Beach. Her next stop was opening a new middle school, L.C. Swain in Greenacres, Florida. The school earned a letter grade of “B” the first year, implemented the first Asperger’s program in our District and has excelled since its’ inception.

After serving as principal of L.C. Swain Middle School, she was asked to serve as principal of Glades Central High School and the graduation rate during her tenure increased 18%. Following her time at Glades Central, she served as West Area Director, reporting to the West Area Superintendent.

Currently, Mrs. Coleman serves as the North Regional Superintendent supervising 41 schools. Her long-range goals are to establish an academic structure that will allow schools to flourish academically while providing the community a hub for residents, students, and their families to connect with resources and support services.

Married for twenty years with three children and one grandchild, she is evidence of what impact education has on a family. Her husband is a graduate of Suncoast High School; oldest son a graduate of Palm Beach Lakes High School and youngest son is currently a student at William T. Dwyer High School. The legacy of education continues with her daughter teaching fourth grade at Wynnbrook Elementary School.