Covington Latin School (www.covingtonlatin.org) invites interested individuals to declare their candidacy for the position of Headmaster for the 2019-20 academic year. Since its founding in 1923, CLS has developed an unparalleled reputation for fostering an atmosphere of faith-filled academic leadership. Throughout its rich history, Covington Latin's accelerated classical education has attracted the tri-state region's best and brightest students, with a curriculum that allows incoming students to move at a pace, level, and complexity appropriate to their individual needs while surrounding them with engaged peers who share their intellectual curiosity. Candidates for school administration in the Diocese of Covington must be actively practicing Roman Catholics in good standing. Necessary qualifications include eligibility for Kentucky certification and relevant previous experience. To begin the application process, send a cover letter along with a detailed, comprehensive resume or C-V, including compensation history and a list of at least five references with contact email addresses, by email or fax to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859/392-1589.
About Covington Latin School
Covington Latin School is a co-educational, Catholic, accelerated, college preparatory high school offering a classical education. Since its inception in 1923, Latin School has operated under the auspices of the Roman Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Covington, Kentucky. CLS is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (S.A.C.S.) and was certified by the US Department of Education as a Blue Ribbon School in 2003. Covington Latin has been profiled in US News and World Report, and was ranked the #1 private school in Northern Kentucky by Cincinnati Magazine.
Covington Latin School offers a unique program for academically talented students in the tri-state (KY-OH-IN) area. As its central purpose, CLS aims to form Christian leaders by challenging its students to attain their academic, intellectual, social and moral potential. The School's commitment to acceleration allows advanced fifth, sixth and seventh grade students the opportunity to learn in a safe environment with like-minded peers. For many of these students, acceleration offers a more challenging and rewarding educational experience than a regular grade process.
Admitted fifth grade students ...are eligible to enter either the Prep 7 year or Prep 8 year. Admitted sixth grade students completing are eligible to enter either the Prep 8 or Freshman year. The decision to accelerate one versus two years is based on a joint determination between Latin School and each prospective student family. Admitted seventh grade students are eligible to enter into the Freshman year.