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Principal - St. Columbkille School, Los Angeles, CA

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Principal
St. Columbkille School

Los Angeles, CA

January or July 2019


St. Columbkille School has been serving the South Los Angeles community for over ninety-three years. The Archdiocese of Los Angeles established the parish and school in 1923 and in September of that year the school opened under the direction of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. The past ninety-one years have seen a dramatic change in the student make up of St. Columbkille. The school primarily catered to working-class European-American families when it first opened, then shifted to a predominantly African-American student population in the middle part of the last century and now is mostly comprised of Latino and African-American students. The school was accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA) in the Spring of 2009 and received a full six-year term of accreditation until the Summer of 2021.


St. Columbkille School is one of three STEM Triangle schools, along with Ascension and Nativity, all located within a 5-mile radius of one another in South Los Angeles, a community beleaguered by poverty, crime and struggling public schools. For nearly 100 years, these three Catholic schools have provided the positive alternative to these negative factors, providing pockets of hope, stability and opportunity for upward mobility through education for thousands of inner-city children.


Currently serving a total of 265 students in the 2018-19 school year, the school has a bold vision of ensuring that its Catholic education is a key part of the solution to the Achievement Gap that is entrenched in the urban cores of South Los Angeles. The school offers a rigorous academic program of value to students and families of the local communities. Its aim is that every student will realize a future full of hope through the opportunity that education and faith can bring forth. Additional information regarding this incredible school community can be found on the school’s website here.


The next Principal will be an innovative and inspiring leader who can continue to inspire a strong team of educators while implementing rigorous and effective academic programming and design models for curriculum evaluation and assessment. The candidate we seek is a culturally proficient, faith-filled, instructional leader committed to working with children in an urban setting. He or she displays a demonstrated commitment to working with predominately Latino and African-American children and families in an urban school setting. Five years of experience and current teacher credentialing required.


Candidates are expected to be available to assume the responsibilities no later than July 2019. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply, please submit the following materials, confidentially and as separate PDF attachments in one email to Michael Furey. Please include St. Columbkille School in subject field.


  • Cover letter that aligns your experiences and skill set with the current needs of the diocese as you understand them.
  • Current resume with all appropriate dates included.
  • Statement of Philosophy of Catholic Education
  • List of five references including names, physical addresses, phone numbers and email addresses. No references will be contacted without your knowledge and approval.

Michael Furey, Managing Partner

mikefurey@partnersinmission.com

Partners in Mission School Leadership Search Solutions

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Principal - Ascension Catholic School, Los Angeles, CA

Principal
Ascension Catholic School

Los Angeles, CA

July 2019

Ascension School is the Catholic parish school of Ascension Church that has been making a difference for over 70 years. Emphasis is placed on helping all students, Catholic and non-Catholic, to grow in their relationship with God, to understand the basic teachings of the Catholic faith, to participate in Catholic rituals and traditions, and to grow into morally responsible citizens.


This exciting school community is academically balanced, caring, and stresses Christian values and morals that are grounded in the gospels. These values are not only taught in daily religion classes but are woven through the entire learning curriculum. This integration of values and academics enables each student to grow as a whole person – body, mind and spirit.


Ascension Catholic School is one of three STEM Triangle schools, along with St. Columbkille and Nativity, all located within a 5-mile radius of one another in South Los Angeles, a community beleaguered by poverty, crime and struggling public schools. For nearly 100 years, these three Catholic schools have provided the positive alternative to these negative factors, providing pockets of hope, stability and opportunity for upward mobility through education for thousands of inner-city children.


Currently serving a total of 240 students in the 2018-19 school year, the school has a bold vision of ensuring that its Catholic education is a key part of the solution to the Achievement Gap that is entrenched in the urban cores of South Los Angeles. The school offers a rigorous academic program of value to students and families of the local communities. Its aim is that every student will realize a future full of hope through the opportunity that education and faith can bring forth. Additional information regarding this incredible school community can be found on the school’s website here.


The next Principal will be an innovative and inspiring leader who can continue to inspire a strong team of educators while implementing rigorous and effective academic programming and design models for curriculum evaluation and assessment. The candidate we seek is a culturally proficient, faith-filled, instructional leader committed to working with children in an urban setting. He or she displays a demonstrated commitment to working with culturally diverse children and families in an urban school setting. Five years of experience and current teacher credentialing is required.


Candidates are expected to be available to assume the responsibilities in July 2019. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. To apply, please submit the following materials, confidentially and as separate PDF attachments in one email to Michael Furey. Please include Ascension Catholic School in subject field.


  • Cover letter that aligns your experiences and skill set with the current needs of the diocese as you understand them.
  • Current resume with all appropriate dates included.
  • Statement of Philosophy of Catholic Education
  • List of five references including names, physical addresses, phone numbers and email addresses. No references will be contacted without your knowledge and approval.

Michael Furey, Managing Partner

mikefurey@partnersinmission.com

Partners in Mission

124 Sycamore Drive Westwood, MA 02090

www.partnersinmissionslss.com

Secretary of Social Ministries - Diocese of Charleston, SC

Secretary of Social Ministries

Diocese of Charleston - Charleston, SC

Fall 2018


The Roman Catholic Diocese of Charleston comprises the entire state of South Carolina, with Charleston as its See city. Founded in 1820, it is one of the oldest Catholic dioceses in the United States. The diocese consists of 92 parishes and 24 missions throughout the state. It is led by the Most Rev. Robert Guglielmone, the thirteenth Bishop of Charleston.


The Diocese now seeks to secure a passionate and visionary leader to fill the position of Secretary of Social Ministries. Major responsibilities include the implementation and administration of the social ministry programs in accordance with the mission, in response to need, and in proportion to the resources available to the Secretariat. The Secretary of Social Ministries role includes oversight of all operations of the offices of Family Life, Ethnic Ministries, Carter-May/St. Joseph Home, Prison Ministries, Social Outreach Centers, International Ministries, and the Seafarers Ministries, Immigration Services, and Catholic Charities.


The next Secretary of Social Ministries will support the Director of Programs who oversees the day-to-day operations of all social services and Catholic Charities activities in the Diocese of Charleston. Additionally, the successful candidate will be responsible for developing ongoing sources of revenue including but not limited to public and private grants, endowments, planned giving gifts and special events. The Secretary of Social Ministries represents the Bishop in all areas of social ministry in the Diocese and serves as a liaison between the Bishop, Curia and those engaged in Social Ministry and endeavors to foster cooperation, teamwork and collaboration among those engaged in support of the ministries throughout the diocese.


Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, with the successful candidate expected to start in the Fall of 2018. Interested applicants may begin to learn more about this exciting opportunity by viewing the detailed search prospectus here. For immediate consideration, please direct all inquiries and applications to:

Michael Furey, Managing Partner
mikefurey@partnersinmission.com
Partners in Mission
124 Sycamore Drive Westwood, MA 02090
www.partnersinmission.com

Academic Dean - Marist School, Atlanta, GA

Academic Dean

Marist School

Atlanta, GA

July 2019


Based in Atlanta, GA, Marist School is an independent, Catholic, college preparatory, coeducational day school of the Marist Fathers and Brothers serving students in grades seven through twelve. The school is owned and operated by the Society of Mary, more commonly known as the Marists, a religious congregation of priests and brothers founded in France in 1836. Marist is accredited by the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) as well as AdvancEd. Founded in downtown Atlanta in 1901, Marist is the oldest Catholic secondary school in the Atlanta area. The school moved to its current site on Ashford Dunwoody Road in 1962 which is now home to over 1100 diverse and achieving students.


The goal of Marist's curriculum is to challenge each student to reach his/her academic potential. Teachers provide instruction in a variety of modalities to reach different learning styles with the goal of preparing students to be successful in college and life thereafter. Marist students are formed to be independent lifelong learners who are able to manage and make use of the information explosion that the twenty-first century will bring.


This distinguished school community now seeks to secure its next Academic Dean. The ideal candidate will be well-versed in the oversight and leadership of robust and rigorous curriculums. S/he will be an experienced and collaborative academic leader possessing a deep understanding of what makes a Catholic education special. With a proven record of accomplishment in leading the review, implementation and growth of extensive curriculums, s/he will be a highly-visible team player who values engaged and experienced administrators and faculty, driven students, and supportive parents.


Candidates are expected to be available to assume the responsibilities of the position in July 2019. For additional information regarding the school community please visit their website here. The search prospectus for this exciting opportunity can be found here. All inquiries and applications will be treated confidentially and with the greatest respect. Applications will be accepted until January 21, 2019.


Michael Furey, Managing Partner

mikefurey@partnersinmission.com

Partners in Mission School Leadership Search Solutions

124 Sycamore Drive Westwood, MA 02090

Office: (877)738-4810 Mobile:(570)730-2655

Principal - St. Mary's Catholic School, Longview, TX

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St. Mary’s Catholic School

Longview, TX

Principal

No later than July 2019


Located in the East Texas community of Longview, St. Mary’s Catholic School is committed to partnering with families in forming children to be disciples of Jesus, who actively participate in the Kingdom of God, by forming faith, scholarship, leadership, and service. Founded as a primary school in 1948, St. Mary’s Catholic School has grown into a vibrant K-12thgrade parochial learning environment, spread across its expansive 42 acres. This distinguished school community is held in high esteem by the local Catholic population as well as the engaged constituents of the Longview community, and serves close to 200 Catholic and non-Catholic students. In response to this community demand and with strong diocesan support, St. Mary’s Catholic School continues to grow and is well-positioned to capitalize on its significant strengths while embracing its promising future.


It’s an exciting time to be a proven and mission-driven Catholic school leader in the Diocese of Tyler. The candidates we seek will be experienced Catholic education leaders who are well-versed in addressing the challenges and opportunities within our school cultures. Ideally, the successful candidate will be well-versed in areas of Catholic identity, academic and operational administration, business and fiscal management, as well as all facets of school advancement. Progressive executive level experience in a Catholic K-12thsetting, along with current administrative certification credentials are expected.


Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Candidates are expected to be available to assume the responsibilities of the position in July 2019 or sooner. For additional information regarding this wonderful parochial school community, please visit St. Mary’s website.


While the detailed search prospectus is being prepared, interested Applicants can begin exploring this extraordinary Catholic school executive leadership opportunityimmediately by contacting:

Michael Furey, Managing Partner
mikefurey@partnersinmission.com
Partners in Mission School Leadership Search Solutions, LLC
124 Sycamore Drive Westwood, MA 02090
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Principal - Newman Catholic High School, Wausau, WI

Principal
Newman Catholic High School
Wausau, WI


Newman Catholic High School is part of the Newman Catholic Schools' (NCS) school system located in Wausau, WI. The school is nationally accredited and staffed by highly qualified and licensed teachers and staff who are deeply committed to nurturing the spiritual, academic, emotional, and social growth of its students.The school communitycultivates a deeper understanding and commitment to the Catholic faith through daily prayer and religion classes, weekly Masses, annual class retreats, and ongoing service to school, parish and community. The entire NCS system fosters a safe and supportive environment in which life-long moral development, self-discipline, and respect for self and others is encouraged.


Newman Catholic Schools continues its proud 100+ year tradition of Catholic education in the vibrant community that lies in the heart of north-central Wisconsin. NCS is firmly committed to Catholic school education and has built upon the original elementary program started in 1883. NCS remains committed to its long-term mission of providing excellence in education in a Catholic school environment, offering high quality faith formation and education to youth in the Wausau area from the cradle to high school graduation.


Newman Catholic Schools seeks to identify and secure a Principal to serve as their next academic and religious leader of their Junior High & Senior High School programs. Their current Principal recently announced his retirement effective at the end of December 2018. The ideal candidatewill be expected to bring the energy, charisma, and passionate leadership skills necessary for this school community to build on its strengths while enhancing its respected Catholic education. The candidates we seek will be experienced in addressing the challenges facing most Catholic schools while ensuring its Catholic identity and academic excellence. The next Principal will be working closely with the visionary leaders of the Newman Catholic Schools system, including the Chief Academic Officer and the President.For additional information regarding Newman Catholic Schools, please visit their website.


Candidates are expected to be available to assume the responsibilities of the position in July 2019. Our detailed search prospectus for this exciting leadership opportunity can be found here. All inquiries and applications will be treated confidentially and with the greatest respect. Applications will be accepted until February 4, 2019. Do not delay, connect with our search team today!


Dr. Bob Tift, Partner
btift@partnersinmission.com
Partners in Mission School Leadership Search Solutions, LLC

124 Sycamore Drive Westwood, MA 02090

Office:(877)738-4810 Mobile:(612)518-7889

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Superintendent of Secondary Schools - Archdiocese of St. Louis, MO

Archdiocese of St. Louis

Superintendent of Secondary Schools

July 2019


Parents of children in the Archdiocese of St. Louis have a choice of 26 Catholic high schools (nine archdiocesan and 17 independent) to service the educational and religious formation needs of their children. This expansive network of high schools offers opportunities for Christian witness and service, liturgical celebrations, personal guidance for growth in faith and a solid foundation in the secular subjects that will serve students well as they continue their post-secondary education. Catholic schools have always been strongly supported throughout the archdiocese. The Catholic secondary schools in the archdiocese enroll nearly 11,000 students, located in six of the 11 counties that comprise the archdiocese.


With the 2018-’19 school year, a new and more focused administrative structure within the archdiocesan Office of Catholic Education and Formation commenced. There are now two Superintendent positions, one for its elementary schools and another for its secondary schools. Supporting positions in academics, curriculum, finance, operations, planning and advancement were also streamlined. As collaborative team players, the entire Catholic Education Office is well-positioned to further advance the mission and vision of Catholic education throughout the archdiocese and its schools.


Candidates considering this exciting opportunity must have a thorough understanding of the challenges and opportunities within Catholic education. Visionary change-agents with recent and relevant experience who are prepared to support the leadership team within each respective school community are encouraged to apply. Ideal candidates will possess a passion for Catholic education with demonstrated proficiency in building and maintaining inclusive constituent relationships that ensure continued accessibility, success and sustainability of Catholic education throughout the archdiocese. While the Superintendent of Secondary Schools must have a demonstrated capacity for broad organizational leadership, it is possible that prospective candidates could have attained this experience through a variety of different career paths, including secondary or higher education. Candidates with recent executive leadership experience in leading mission-driven or faith-based organizations will also be considered. For additional information regarding Catholic education in the archdiocese, please visit their website here.


Candidates are expected to be available to assume the responsibilities of the position in July 2019. Our detailed search prospectus for this exciting archdiocesan leadership opportunity can be found here. All inquiries and applications will be treated confidentially and with the greatest respect. Applications will be accepted until January 28, 2019. Do not delay, connect with our search team today!


Michael Furey, Managing Partner

mikefurey@partnersinmission.com

Partners in Mission School Leadership Search Solutions, LLC

124 Sycamore Drive Westwood, MA 02090

Office:(877)738-4810 Mobile:(570)730-2655

www.partnersinmissionslss.com

Principal - Santa Margarita Catholic High School, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA

Principal
Santa Margarita Catholic High School
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA

July 2019


Santa Margarita High School (SMCHS) offers a coeducational, college-preparatory education developing students who are people of faith, skilled lifelong learners, healthy individuals and involved citizens of the world. Under the leadership of the Diocese of Orange, the school’s 42-acre campus is nestled against the picturesque Saddleback Valley Mountains in the Southern California community of Rancho Santa Margarita. The school opened its doors in the fall of 1987 and the charter class of 216 students graduated in June of 1991. In 2017, The Washington Post ranked SMCHS as the #1 Catholic high school in all Southern California.


Now home to more nearly 1,700 students each year, SMCHS boasts dedicated faculty and staff, extensive academic programs, International Baccalaureate Diploma program, faith-filled activities and competitive athletics. With more than 10,000 alumni, Santa Margarita Catholic High School continues to produce exceptional graduates – spiritually, intellectually, physically, socially and morally. The school community encourages their students to develop a positive sense of self-worth, self-discipline, personal responsibility, successful interpersonal relationships, commitment to Gospel values, and a desire to contribute positively to both the global community and the immediate society in which they live.


Reporting to the president, the principal serves as a member of the administrative board, which includes the president, vice presidents, vice presidents, assistant principals and athletic director. The principal leads the faculty, staff and students in all aspects of the Santa Margarita Catholic’s college preparatory program to ensure the highest quality of spiritual, social, physical and intellectual outcomes for every student. The principal oversees all phases of policy development related to academics and student life while ensuring the implementation of the school’s mission and core values. As chief operating officer, the principal is responsible for the successful day-to-day operation of the school as accomplished through the effective delegation of responsibilities to administrators, faculty and staff.


Candidates are expected to be available to assume the responsibilities of the position in July 2019. For additional information regarding the school community please visit their website here. Our detailed search prospectus for this rare and incredible opportunity can be found here. All inquiries and applications will be treated confidentially and with the greatest respect. Applications will be accepted until January 28, 2019. Do not delay, connect with our search team today!


Michael Furey, Managing Partner
mikefurey@partnersinmission.com

Partners in Mission School Leadership Search Solutions, LLC

124 Sycamore Drive Westwood, MA 02090

Office:(877)738-4810 Mobile:(570)730-2655

www.partnersinmissionslss.com