The search for the first president of the newly unified school is underway. A faith-filled and Christ-centered Catholic leader is being sought to serve the students, families, faculty, and community as the 125 year history of Catholic education in Duluth enters a new era.
In this new position, the President will oversee the school principals and direct the development, admissions, and finance offices in addition to facility and operations. He or she will collaborate with the Diocese's Director of Schools. The new president will work with external constituencies and engage in advancement efforts to promote the school while fostering relationships with alumni. He or she will also serve as the chief executive officer of the school.
This transition is an important and challenging time for Catholic education in Duluth. The new school has abundant resources in the talent and dedication of teachers and staff from the current schools, vibrant traditions, and a long history in each of the three locations. Bishop Paul Sirba and the community are committed to the success of this new entity. As with many Catholic schools across the nation, the new school confronts the task of sustaining and growing enrollment, implementing contemporary curriculum and co-curricular learning experiences, keeping tuition affordable, and providing tuition assistance.
The school's vision is to guide students through Christ-centered intellectual, spiritual, human, and stewardship formation within a community of support by teachers, staff, clergy, and family members. Developing a child's faith, character, scholarship, and conscience through the Formation Model is key. Educational administrators who are energized and inspired by this new vision are encouraged to apply.
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