St. Philip the Apostle Catholic School in the Archdiocese of Washington is seeking a dedicated principal to serve as a spiritual and effective instructional leader for the 2017-18 school year.
The mission of St. Philip the Apostle Catholic School is to teach with respect and reverence as Jesus did. We hold all persons, with their individual abilities and talents, as gifts from God. Our mission is expressed in our vision to:
Develop a deeper relationship with God and with people by emphasizing the Christian virtues of honesty, courage, fairness, self-discipline and responsibility;
Provide a challenging curriculum to meet the abilities of each student; and
Involve parents in the life of the school.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the advancement of the mission of the school and overseeing school operations:
Implementation of Archdiocesan policies
Instructional and programmatic supervision
Recruitment of families
Candidate will be a practicing Catholic and a certified catechist based on criteria from the Archdiocese (or within three years of hire).
Candidates will possess a Master’s degree from an accredited institution in Education (within three years of hire) and demonstrate successful instructional and leadership experience.
Candidates shall possess a Maryland, Virginia, or District of Columbia educational administration certification at time of hire or within three years from the date of hire.
Candidates must be collaborative, with additional expertise in standards-based curriculum, assessment, technology integration and community relations.
Candidates will have demonstrated success in the effective use of data for instructional and educational improvement.