Mrs. Tina Forsythe, Principal of St. Paul Catholic School
Mrs. Forsythe earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Siena Heights University where she majored in Theatre/Speech Communications with an emphasis in Child Drama and a minor in Education. In 2002 she earned a Master of Education Degree from Saginaw Valley State University in Educational Leadership.
Mrs. Forsythe started her career at St. Jude in Detroit as a sixth grade teacher. Upon getting married she then moved to St. Mary in Mount Clemens where she taught fifth grade and served as principal. Before becoming Principal at St. Paul, Mrs. Forsythe was a long term substitute teacher and a fifth grade classroom teacher.
On a personal note, Mrs. Forsythe was raised in a very traditional Catholic Italian family. Her parents immigrated from Italy in the late 1950’s. Mrs. Forsythe is first generation, bilingual, and the first person in her family to receive a college degree. She and her husband, Jim have three children who attend Catholic schools. They are also members of St. Paul Church.