St. Louise de Marillac is a TK-8, co-educational Catholic school located in Covina. St. Louise de Marillac School was established September 20, 1965 with an enrollment of 200 students in grades one through four. The school was staffed by four Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. Fifty years later, we serve students in transitional kindergarten through eighth grade and remain inspired by our mission to challenge every student to reach their highest academic potential and to cultivate lasting values in partnership with parents as we grow together in spirit and faith. Learn more about our school at: http://www.stlouisedm.org.
St. Louise de Marillac is a vibrant Catholic community where parents, students and staff work collaboratively to provide an outstanding educational experience to the young people we serve. We are the largest ministry of the parish, which supports the school in numerous ways. Students graduate from St. Louise de Marillac School morally, spiritually and academically prepared for the rigor of a college preparatory high school.
Working in partnership with the parish and parents, any candidate should have strong leadership, organization and communication skills to build upon an already fine program in which the goal is to nurture and empower the whole child through academic excellence, spirituality, and values to develop responsible, active citizens and compassionate leaders of tomorrow. Ultimately we measure ourselves by the strength of our students’ character. We develop young people who proactively give of themselves to improve the lives of others and who graduate prepared and committed to improve our world.
Practicing Catholic who is committed to Catholic education and models Catholic moral values in their life.
Minimum 5 years teaching experience, at least 2 of those 5 years in Catholic education
Preference given to candidates with administrative experience as a principal and/or vice-principal
Earned Master’s degree in Education or Education-related program
California Credential (teaching and/or administrative)
Preference given to candidates with Catechist Certification
QUALIFIED CANDIDATES SUBMIT: Cover Letter and Résumé via email to: email@example.com
Cover letter (no greater than 2 pages), answering the following questions:
Why do you find yourself being called to Catholic school leadership?
Offer three specific skills that you possess that qualify you for Catholic school leadership.
Résumé: include all work- and service-related experiences, dates and education related to the position