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Vice President of Academics and Curriculum

Craig Wigley


Craig Wigley, M.Ed., is the Vice President for Curriculum and Academics at CSMI providing comprehensive supports for educational programs. Serving in his role, Mr. Wigley provides oversight to curricular and academic initiatives focused on fostering student growth. He works collaboratively with a team of professionals to ensure school leaders have the instructional tools needed to support the mission of our managed schools.

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With over 30 years of service in public education, Mr. Wigley brings a wealth of valued experience to CSMI. Having served as a Special Education Teacher, Technology Teacher, Assistant Principal, Principal, Director, and Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Wigley is a proven educational leader who has consistently provided tangible results in both student achievement and community engagement.

Having served diverse communities as a school administrator for over 15 years, and most recently Superintendent of Schools in New Jersey, he brings a systems approach to problem solving utilizing data and best practices.

Over his career, Mr. Wigley is credited for leading the expansion of academic intervention programs, student support services, enrichment curriculum, STEM opportunities, and consistent increases in student achievement. With an emphasis on school safety, Mr. Wigley also collaboratively developed student interventions and cutting-edge school safety protocols in a partnership with local, county, and state law enforcement agencies.

In addition to his educational responsibilities, Mr. Wigley is recognized for developing lasting relationships with constituents and influential change agents focused on bettering learning experiences for children. He also serves as a mentor for new school administrators as his way of paying it forward to future leaders.

Mr. Wigley received his M.A in Educational Leadership from Rider University and attended Trenton State College (TCNJ) where he received a B.S. degree in Technology Education.