Bishop Gorman School seeking new principal

Applications are now being accepted for the position of principal of Bishop Gorman Regional School in Tyler, Dr. James Klassen, superintendent of schools, has announced.

The position is open following the announcement of the retirement of long-time principal Jim Franz last fall.

Bishop Gorman School is a distinguished Catholic middle and college preparatory school with 354 co-ed students in grades 6-12.

Located in Tyler and within the Diocese of Tyler, Bishop Gorman provides a safe, attractive and welcoming campus that includes academic, spiritual and co-curricular amenities that sets it apart from other schools. Rooted in its Catholic traditions and gospel values, the Bishop Gorman family has built a prestigious reputation as an institution where students of all faiths can achieve excellence in their academic endeavors and all areas of life.

Its welcoming ethos and high academic standards are respected and embraced by East Texas families of all faiths, making the Bishop Gorman campus a unique school community with a spiritual diversity that creates a warm and family spirit filled learning environment.

The next principal will be expected to bring the energy, charisma and executive administration skills necessary for this school community to build on its considerable strengths while delivering its highly respected Catholic college preparatory education. The candidates we seek will be experienced in addressing the challenges facing most Catholic schools, specifically in the areas of enrollment management and advancement initiatives.

Candidates are expected to be available to assume the responsibilities of the position by July 1, 2017. Applications will be accepted until February 12, 2017. A complete position description and search prospectus is available at this link.

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