Independent Charter Schools provide unique opportunities in the field of education. Our schools represent a remarkable diversity in teaching models and school culture, where your ideas are valued and supported. Many of our schools feature collaborative working environments to best meet the needs of our students.
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The Masters Program Early College Charter High School - Santa Fe, New Mexico
We are looking for a collaborative leader to be part of a team that attracts and retains strong staff, builds and maintains community relationships, and crafts an educational experience that builds high school students’ social and emotional intelligences to increase global citizenship and to ensure all students – across race, gender, ethnicity, language, disability, sexual orientation, family background, and/or family income – can excel in school. The Head of School serves as the leader and chief administrator of The MASTERS Program Early College Charter High School. As the Head of School you would be responsible for implementing and managing local and state regulations and procedures to ensure that students are provided a safe and enriching learning environment that aligns to academic standards of the Board of Education and managing day-to-day operations of a charter high school located on a college campus.
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Maine Academy of Natural Sciences - Hinckley, Maine
The Head of School (HoS) of the Maine Academy of Natural Sciences provides innovative and progressive leadership to Maine’s first charter high school, a school with a project-based curriculum and with a forward-thinking faculty. The HoS is dedicated to student-centered learning and possesses a strong understanding of proficiency-based educational systems. The HoS demonstrates strong collaborative leadership skills, the ability to communicate effectively with students and parents, and the ability to diagnose student and school needs and to frame and accomplish goals for student and school improvement. The HoS displays a commitment to relational education and the capacity to lead staff in carrying out multiple, individualized pathways to student success.
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