Harrisburg Academy, a pre-K through 12th grade college preparatory school founded in 1784 and with a total student population of 330, has opened a search for the head of its Middle and Upper School divisions. Harrisburg Academy’s Middle and Upper School divisions annually enroll approximately 200 students and include 25 faculty and staff. In addition to working with a talented faculty, the head is responsible for leading the Middle and Upper School divisions, their students, and faculty. The successful candidate will oversee daily operations, academic and co-curricular programs, student life, faculty professional development, and other related aspects of the divisions.
As a member of the Academy’s senior leadership team, the head of the Middle and Upper School divisions reports directly to the Head of School and collaborates with all other administrative programs and the head of the Early Childhood and Lower School divisions. This position includes leadership of the Academy’s IB Diploma program. Experience in an IB program is preferred, but not required, as training is available through Harrisburg Academy.
Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience and highly competitive. Qualified candidates will have significant teaching and leadership experience, in addition to a creative leadership vision and skills necessary to manage daily operations. Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills are required.
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three references to email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately with a desired start date of July 1, 2019. All candidates are encouraged to visit Harrisburg Academy’s website at www.HarrisburgAcademy.org. Thank you for your interest in Harrisburg Academy.
About Harrisburg Academy
Harrisburg Academy, a coed independent day school of 400 students, offers an academically challenging and globally minded interdisciplinary education. In our commitment to excellence, we provide tools, develop character, and teach skills that will prepare students to thrive in college and beyond, thereby contributing to the betterment of our global and local communities.