Interim no more! Cynthia Robinson, who has served as interim principal at Castle Heights Middle School, has been promoted to her first principalship. The announcement was made today by superintendent-elect Dr. Bill Cook.
Robinson began her teaching career in Rock Hill as a family and consumer sciences teacher at Castle Heights in 1993. In 2005, she moved to South Pointe High School where she served in the same capacity for 6 years. Robinson returned to Castle Heights in 2011 as an assistant principal, a role she held until February when she was named interim principal.
She has twice been named a school level teacher of the year. In 2003, at Castle Heights, and in 2009 at South Pointe, Robinson was recognized by her colleagues as teacher of the year.
She holds a bachelor of science degree from Winthrop University, a master’s degree from Columbia College and an education specialist degree from Cambridge College.