Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep, a Catholic co-educational high school with an enrollment of
approximately 500 students, is seeking an energetic and effective President to serve as the
chief executive officer and spiritual leader of the School. The President will be the principal
spokesperson to all school constituencies and lead the School in the development,
implementation, maintenance, and monitoring of an exceptional program that supports and
promotes its mission and values. As a champion of the School’s signature Corporate Work
Study Program, the President will also serve as a strong advocate and liaison to the
leadership of the Greater Dallas business community. Spiritually grounded in the Catholic
faith and possessing significant visionary leadership and management experience as well as
exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, the next President shall be committed
to and passionate about Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep’s values and unique mission. A full
job description can be found here. The Cristo Rey mission combines personal responsibility,
academic rigor, and a Corporate Work Study Program to empower students of all faiths from
families with limited economic means to reach their full potential. The start date for the next
President will begin when the successful candidate is found.
Candidates interested in shepherding this School's vision to graduate future leaders who are
committed to a life-long pursuit of learning, faith, social justice, and civic responsibility are
encouraged to contact Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep’s search consultants Karen Drawz and
Marci McLean at either [email protected] or [email protected] To
learn more about Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep and the Cristo Rey Network, please visit
www.cristoreydallas.org or www.cristoreynetwork.org.
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