• Wagner

    Dr. Timothy M. Wagner

    Associate High School Principal for Program Planning & Innovation

    Contact Information

    Email: twagner@uscsd.k12.pa.us
    Phone: (412) 833-1600, ext. 2530

    Academic Background

    Dr. Timothy M. Wagner is a graduate of Upper St. Clair High School.  Following graduation he attended Washington & Jefferson College and in 2007 received a Bachelor of Arts in Child Development and Education.  In 2009 Dr. Wagner obtained a Master of Science in Applied Developmental  Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh.  His degree concentration was school-based behavioral health.  Dr. Wagner completed a doctorate in  education in 2013, studying with Dr. Mary Margaret Kerr in the University of Pittsburgh�s Administrative and Policy Studies department.  His dissertation research focused on the public school experience of child refugees.


    Professional Experience

    Dr. Wagner began his teaching career in the Upper St. Clair School District in the fall of 2007 at Streams Elementary School teaching 1st and 2nd grade.  After teaching 5th grade English and Social Studies at Boyce Middle School, Dr. Wagner served the Ft. Couch and USCHS faculties as a gifted coordinator for grades 7-12.  He also served the district as the Middle School English Language Arts Curriculum Leader from 2013-2015.  Effective July 1, 2015, Dr. Wagner will serve as the Associate High School Principal for Program Planning & Innovation.  Additionally, he holds an appointment as an adjunct faculty member in the Education Department at W&J College where he teaches a fall course in literacy, reading, and writing and a spring seminar in child development.  Dr. Wagner's scholarly interests relate to curriculum design, leadership development, school-based behavioral health, and the school experience of child refugees.


    Extra-curricular Activities

    Dr. Wagner was the producer of the Upper St. Clair High School Fall Play and Spring Musical from 2013-2015.  He served as the assistant girls� tennis coach from 2005-2009 and the sponsor of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) during the 2012-2013 school year.