Arizona Alliance of Black

School Educators

Dr. Stacia Wilson is the principal at Tempe High School.  She received her Bachelor's degree in English Secondary Education from the historic Hampton University in 1996.  Stacia began teaching high school English in 1997 at Desert Vista High School in Tempe Union High School District.  She received her Master's degree from Northern Arizona University in 1999.  In 2007, Stacia was promoted to an administrative role.  She has served as a high school administrator in the Tempe Union High School District for nine years where she has served as the assistant principal of activities, assistant principal of academics and currently as principal.  Stacia received her doctorate in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University in 2014.  Her dissertation title is THE INFLUENCE OF RACE, STEREOTYPES, AND SELF-CONCEPT ON AFRICAN AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS.