Primary Purpose: Under the direction of the high school principal, the vice principal will assist with administrative responsibilities that increases the scope of support to students, teachers, and parents.
Assist the principal in the overall administration of the school and assumes leadership of the school in the absence of the principal.
Works with faculty to ensure that the discipline code is consistently and fairly enforced and carries out disciplinary consequences for students who violate student code of conduct.
Confer with students, parents, and teachers to resolve problems which inhibit learning.
Advises teachers regarding classroom management and student discipline.
Supervises the reporting and monitoring of student attendance with follow up student/parent contact where necessary.
Coordinates the student activity program and assumes responsibility for the general supervision of all school extra-curricular activities and events involving pupils, teachers, and other school personnel.
Responsible for coordinating and maintaining the high school calendar.
Supervises the Student Services Secretary in the maintenance of accurate school discipline records regarding demerits, communicating with students, counselors, parents, and maintaining accurate student files.
Assists advisors in planning field trips and coordinates transportation for school related functions.
Works with the student council advisor and council officers to provide positive campus activities.
Approves student bulletin.
Develops procedures to protect and enhance student safety.
Coordinates, conducts and compiles student school climate survey.
Supervises the Student Services Secretary in the maintenance of accurate student attendance records for use in producing report cards and management reports.
Conducts safety drills (i.e. fire, lockdown, etc.) and submits reports.
Supervises the athletic director in providing a quality athletic program for the student body.
Coordinates Fun Fair activities with 7-12 grade level advisors.
Coordinates procedures with the crisis management manager to be used in event of school crisis and provide leadership in the event of such incidents.
Investigate student accidents and other accidents and take appropriate actions.
Coordinates and participates in the school’s accreditation work as required.
Coordinate and direct the Student Services Secretary in maintaining accurate student attendance records in the Win School database for use in producing report cards and management reports.
Coordinates transportation for moving students to and from school-related functions.
Supervises the front office staff.
Member of the Safety Committee; coordinates emergency evacuation procedures and drills
Attend regularly scheduled and special meetings.
Other duties as assigned.
Education/Training: Master’s of Education or equivalent five years of experience teaching high school students.
Experience: Three to five years of supervisory experience.
Additional Salary Information: Salary Range - $65,000 - $88,000
About Hawaii Baptist Academy
Hawaii Baptist Academy (HBA) is a private school located in Honolulu. Established in 1949 by Christian missionaries, we now have more than 1,000 students enrolled in grades Kindergarten - Grade 12. All of our graduates qualify for college, and more than 100 students make a decision to follow Jesus each year.
Our Mission Statement
Hawaii Baptist Academy is a Christian college-preparatory school that equips students spiritually, intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally, so that they bring honor to God.
Academic Excellence in a Christian Community
At HBA, we strive to provide a safe, nurturing, Christian environment where our students can learn and thrive.
Our approach to strengthen each child, as an individual, has proved successful with all HBA graduates gaining acceptance to colleges in Hawaii and numerous colleges nationwide and abroad.
Our students regularly score above the national and state averages on both the Scholastic Aptitude Test and the American College Test.
Our smaller class sizes allow us the ability to provide students with more personal attention than much larger schools. It also allows our students the opportunity to devel...op lifelong friendships.
Affiliation and Accreditation
HBA is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, and the Association of Christian Schools International. It is licensed by the Hawaii Council of Private Schools. HBA is governed by a board of directors elected by the executive board of the Hawaii Pacific Baptist Convention, an association of Southern Baptist churches in Hawaii.