Dr. Corey W. Reynolds is a two-time alumnus of Seton Hall University. Upon the completion of his Bachelor of Art degree in English as a Two-Ten Scholar and being inducted in the Inaugural Class of the Sigma Tau Delta International Honor Society in English at Seton Hall, Corey was awarded a full scholarship to Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education as a coveted Intern Fellow. One year later, he was awarded a Master of Science in Education degree with a concentration in Elementary Education and was inducted into the Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education. For over ten years, he served as classroom teacher in the Mount Vernon and Greenburgh Central School Districts.
Corey then matriculated as a post-graduate student at the College of New Rochelle. Within two years, he earned a second Master of Science in Education degree in the concentration of School Administration and Supervision. Immediately upon graduation, he sought the opportunity to become a school administrator and was named the Assistant Principal at Ossining Union Free School District’s Park Elementary School.