Monday, September 30, 2019
Regina High School
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As a visionary leader, the President of Regina High School promotes all aspects of the school, particularly its Catholic identity and Franciscan mission.

The President is responsible for the educational activities, financial matters, advancement, and development efforts within Regina High School, as well as programs that supports alumnae relations, student recruitment, and spiritual welfare. The President collaborates with the Board of Directors and administrative staff on strategic planning efforts to ensure the financial sustainability and growth of the school.

The President of Regina High School is recommended by the Board of Directors with the approval of the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis.

Position Requirements/ Qualifications:

● A practicing Catholic who will promote the Catholic traditions and Franciscan mission that are central to the school’s identity.

● An enthusiastic and confident leader who serves as the public face of the school.

● Familiarity and comfort with the culture of an all-girls Catholic high school.

● The intelligence and readiness to learn and adapt, and an eagerness to engage with the various constituents and groups associated with Regina High School.

● A dynamic fundraiser who is confident speaking with benefactors and prospective donors, attending after-hour functions, and traveling to cultivate new benefactor relationships to benefit Regina High School.

● The ability to manage a budget and to ensure the economic success of the school.

● The ability to effectively communicate and manage staff of Regina High School.

● A minimum of ten years of professional experience with a proven track record of achievement in Development, Business, or other Institutional Advancement.

● A minimum of an undergraduate degree, although an advanced degree is preferred.


Regina High School is a private, Catholic college preparatory high school for young women, sponsored by the Sisters of St.Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis. Regina is fully accredited by the North Central Association Commission onAccreditation and School Improvement/AdvancEd and is a member of the National Catholic Education Association and the Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools. Students reside in 38 cities and townships representing four metropolitan Detroit counties.


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