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An exceptional place of learning, John Paul II High School (JPII) is a progressive, coeducational, Catholic college preparatory school in Plano, Texas. Founded in 2005, JPII develops leaders who are critical thinkers, effective communicators, committed to service, and rooted in faith. The school’s formative education is based on the belief that educating the whole person — academic, spiritual, emotional, and physical — leads to personal transformation. Together, the JPII community makes a difference in the world by walking in the footsteps of St. John Paul II.

John Paul II High School seeks a dynamic leader as its next President starting July 1, 2022. The successful candidate will be an experienced educational leader devoted to the school’s mission and programs. The President is responsible for the overall vision, leadership, and management of the school. The next President will have the primary responsibility of directing the strategic and long-range planning for JPII and for providing the leadership that will enable the school to achieve the fullest attainment of its mission. This is an exceptional opportunity to lead an impressive secondary school with deep ties to its community and an unwavering commitment to its forward-thinking Catholic education.

 

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As a member of the Cristo Rey Network of schools, our school operates a unique Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP) where every student is employed four days per month by a local  business, non-profit, or government agency to provide tuition assistance and complement the  school’s on-site curricular program. We are firmly committed to preparing our students for  college by providing an academically rigorous program in a safe environment.  

The Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP) modeled after the successful programs at 35+  Cristo Rey Network schools. All students are required to complete a college preparatory  curriculum and participate in the Corporate Work Study Program concurrently. Typically, four  students share one full-time position throughout the academic year. The fees for the students’  services go directly to the school to pay a significant portion of the cost of education. We are  looking for a dynamic individual who is committed to urban education to join our dedicated  CWSP team, develop our students’ professional and personal 

skills, and assist with the operations of the program. Please visit our website at www.verbumdei.us to learn more about Verbum Dei and our Work Study Program.

Please email résumé, letter of intent demonstrating qualifications for the position as per full job  description, and five references with complete contact information to: 

Gabriela Marin 

CWSP Office Manager 

gmarin@verbumdei.us


 

School Description: Christ the King Jesuit College Prep, a Catholic school on Chicago’s West Side and a  member of the Cristo Rey Network, challenges and inspires its young women and men through the integration  of academics, work experience, and extracurricular activities to lead lives of integrity, faith, and servant  leadership for the greater glory of God. We serve students in grades 9-12, through an innovative corporate  internship program which allows students from families of limited financial means to earn most of their tuition  costs through jobs in professional settings. Christ the King prepares each student for college through our  rigorous college prep curriculum and Corporate Work Study Program. We are proud that each year, every  Christ the King graduate is accepted to college. The Class of 2021 marks our tenth consecutive class of 100%  acceptance! Not only have all our graduates been accepted into college, but 94% have enrolled in college after  graduation. 

Summary: Working closely with the Vice President of Advancement, the Assistant Director of Development (ADD) plans and implements fundraising, communication, and stewardship strategies for the Adopt-A-Student Program, the Peter Claver Society, and the Annual Fund Program. As an external-facing fundraiser, the ADD  works closely with the King of Hearts Gala Chair Couple and Committee. The ADD also manages the Auxiliary  Board, ensuring that its annual revenue and volunteer goals are achieved.

Qualified candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and professional references to  careers@ctkjesuit.org. Incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone calls please. 

School Description: Christ the King Jesuit College Prep, a Catholic school on Chicago’s West Side and a  member of the Cristo Rey Network, challenges and inspires its young women and men through the integration  of academics, work experience, and extracurricular activities to lead lives of integrity, faith, and servant  leadership for the greater glory of God. We serve students in grades 9-12, through an innovative corporate  internship program which allows students from families of limited financial means to earn most of their tuition  costs through jobs in professional settings. Christ the King prepares each student for college through our  rigorous college prep curriculum and Corporate Work Study Program. We are proud that each year, every  Christ the King graduate is accepted to college. The Class of 2021 marks our tenth consecutive class of 100%  acceptance! Not only have all our graduates been accepted into college, but 94% have enrolled in college after  graduation. 

Summary: The Development Officer is responsible for growing the school’s foundation relations program and  ensuring the success of CTK’s revenue-generating special events. The Development Officer collaborates with  colleagues throughout the school to be an informed advocate for key funding initiatives. 

Qualified candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and professional references to  careers@ctkjesuit.org. Incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone calls please.

Sacred Heart Academy (SHA) seeks a visionary, entrepreneurial, and accomplished leader to inspire and lead a high-performing team of committed educators and a community of brave and joyful hearts, and to champion a compelling vision for SHA’s future built on its legacy of excellence in independent, all-girls, K-12 Catholic education. The successful candidate will be a thought leader, community builder, and skilled communicator who visibly celebrates and models the Mission and Goals and Criteria of a Sacred Heart Academy education, and enthusiastically embraces opportunities within the independent school landscape to create demand for the extraordinary gifts of a Sacred Heart Academy education.

As a member of the International Network of Sacred Heart Schools, Sacred Heart Academy is faithful to the goals of a Sacred Heart education: to produce self-confident women, provide a challenging intellectual education, foster an active faith in God, and create a desire to help others. SHA is a school rich in the traditions of its historical foundation in France and shares these traditions with students at Sacred Heart Network Schools in the United States/Canada and around the world.

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