Meet Mrs. Ritchie!
Mrs. Ritchie is a native of Ontario, Canada. She attended the University of Waterloo, studying science before settling in Ottawa. In 1998, her husband was transferred to Atlanta, and they have been residents of Alpharetta ever since. Mrs. Ritchie began with Fulton County in 2008 as a science teacher at Haynes Bridge Middle School and then moved to North Springs High School as an Assistant Administrator and Graduation Coach. Mrs. Ritchie joined the Centennial family in July 2020. In addition to her science degree, Mrs. Ritchie has a M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction and most recently Educational Leadership from the University of West Georgia.
Mrs. Ritchie believes that all students can learn and be successful in school. Mrs. Ritchie is committed to being an effective and inspirational leader who champions not only her students, but also the entire school community.
Mrs. Ritchie has three grown sons and is excited to begin the next phase of life as a grandparent with the recent addition of 2 granddaughters. Her three sons are all UGA graduates so while her family are big supporters of the Georgia Bulldogs football team, Mrs. Ritchie remains a diehard Toronto Maple Leafs hockey fan.