Dr. Carl W. Bampoe has 23 years of experience in elementary and secondary education, and is the Assistant Academic Director at Queen City Academy Charter School. As an educator and school administrative professional, Dr. Bampoe’s personable communication style and disciplined approach to project execution has distinguished him among peers.
Dr. Bampoe’s duties at Queen City Academy Charter School include overseeing human resource processes, supervising and evaluating staff, and assisting in curriculum development. Dr. Bampoe is influential in the selection and mentoring of certified and paraprofessionals. He serves as the Provisional Teacher Program (PTP) Coordinator and HIB Coordinator.
His passion for guiding young men and women to live up to their greatest potential is evident in his work. Dr. Bampoe worked diligently with Chief Academic Director, Danielle West, to launch the Male Mentoring program and other similar programs that provide guidance and support for the youth at Queen City Academy Charter School.
A native of Ghana, West Africa, Dr. Bampoe immigrated to the United States at the age of 10 and settled in New Brunswick, NJ. His life experience compels him to work in urban school settings, and to develop curriculums that focus on both mastery and practical applications of language, mathematics, and science skills.
Throughout his teaching and administrative career, Dr. Bampoe has earned recognition as the recipient of awards such as “Teacher of the Year” from the Governor’s Teacher’s Recognition Program, and the Citizenship Award from The College of New Jersey.
Dr. Bampoe holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics degree from Rutgers University, a Master’s of Arts and Education degree from The College of New Jersey, and a Doctorate in Urban Education from Kean University.
He is a proud member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.