Northeast High School Administration is proud to lead the Northeast community, its students, parents and contributors. We strive to achieve our mission of graduating our students, preparing them for college and careers.
Mr. Hernandez began his administrative career at Northeast High School in 2010. After five years of serving as an Assistant Principal, he was appointed to Principal of Morgan Fitzgerald Middle School. Mr. Hernandez returns to Northeast High School as Principal. Mr. Hernandez is a proud graduate of St. Petersburg College, Florida State University, and Nova Southeastern University.
Mr. Kiblinger is the Assistant Principal for Curriculum and all students in the Academy of Finance and last names letters I-O. He is a former high school principal, assistant principal and guidance counselor in Michigan. A graduate of Michigan State University, Mr. Kiblinger has been working in education for over thirty years. He and his wife have two children and he enjoys fitness activities and reading.Carlisa Mills
Ms. Carlisa Mills graduated from Pinellas Park High School in 1982. Despite several childhood challenges Ms. Mills went on to receive an Associates of Arts degree from St. Petersburg Junior College and then graduated from University of North Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. She later earned her Master’s in Educational Leadership. With over the 26 years as an educator, Ms. Mills has been a classroom teacher, district staff developer, Title I facilitator, curriculum specialist, and three years at Gibbs High School as an assistant principal. Ms. Mills joins North East High School to replace Mrs. Julia Latimore. She has a great love for her two children and two granddaughters Taylor and McKenzie.
Erin PhelpsAssistant Principal
Mrs. Phelps joined Northeast in July 2015 as an assistant principal after serving as a teacher, Student Government sponsor and coach at St. Petersburg High School for nine years.Marc AllisonAssistant PrincipalMarc Allison graduated from Countryside High School in 1985. He attended the University of Tennessee Chattanooga where he wrestled and received his Bachelor’s in Education. Upon graduating, he returned to Florida and spent the next 10 years in the financial industry. Feeling the effects of fatherhood and wanting more time with his children, Marc decided to seek a second career in education. Marc earned a Master’s degree in Varying Exceptionalities from the University of South Florida. Marc spent 14 years at Dunedin High School as a Special Education and Math teacher. He later received his Specialist degree from Arkansas State University and is now proud be serving at Northeast High School as the Assistant Principal of Athletics.