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Assistant Principal

La Reina High School & Middle School (Thousand Oaks)






La Reina High School & Middle School is a Catholic college preparatory school for young women in the tradition, vision, and educational principles of the Sisters of Notre Dame. La Reina provides a nurturing, Catholic environment of educational excellence, focused on helping young women develop into moral and self-confident leaders, who work for the transformation of individuals and society. Students are given opportunities to foster their relationship with God, to grow intellectually, to develop their individual gifts, and to be catalysts for the promotion of justice locally, nationally, and globally. Established in 1964 by the Sisters of Notre Dame, La Reina is the only private Catholic, independent, college preparatory school in Ventura County for young women in grades 6-12. La Reina values the girls’ school advantage. Every student is empowered with knowledge, creativity, and self -awareness to become her best self within the classroom and beyond. La Reina High School (grades 9-12) and Middle School (grades 6-8) is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Western Catholic Education Association.

The Assistant Principal is primarily responsible for supporting the role of Principal in day to day management of school operations, academic programs, and activities. The Assistant Principal leads others to integrate and actualize La Reina’s mission, vision, and philosophy in keeping with the charism, educational vision, and principles of the Sisters of Notre Dame.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Assist in the implementation of educational programs in accordance with goals and instructional priorities.
• Support the Principal in ensuring the overall quality of academic programs.
• Coordinate with the Principal, Curriculum Committee, and Faculty to establish an overall vision for academics in the school.
• Ensure that policies are promulgated and implemented in academic affairs.
• Provide support to the Principal when the Principal is making assignments for faculty and instructional staff.
• Assist with the program of supervision, observation, and evaluation for members of the faculty in conjunction with the Administrative Team, Principal, Dean of Campus Life, Dean of Mission, and the President.
• Develop agendas for regular meetings and committees in planning for and anticipating the academic needs of the school. Develop curriculum policy, programs, and recommend changes in the academic program to the Principal.
• Act as an instructional leader by providing teacher mentorship and professional development.
• Work with the Department Chairs on the assessment and development of the academic program and instructional practice.
• Support Universal Design for Learning initiatives.
• Remain current on educational trends and developments by attending professional workshops and reading professional journals.
• Provide, in conjunction with the Principal, a program of applied professional development including individual plans necessary for continued accreditation and advancement. Maintain an annual calendar of offerings consistent with emerging program needs.
• Supervise the generation of a master schedule for the faculty and students in conjunction with the Registrar, Dean of Campus Life, Guidance Counselors, and others.
• Collaborate on student records and grade transcripts with the Registrar.
• Work with the Principal and Administrative Team in developing faculty meeting agendas and in-service programs for the faculty.
• Assist in long range planning of curricular programs to ensure compliance with the accreditation requirements of both the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
• Other duties as needed.

• Meet regularly with the Principal and with the leadership team.
• Convene and facilitates meetings with the faculty and staff.
• Contribute to the Regent Round Up, the parent weekly newsletter, and other school publications.
• Meet with parents, students, teachers, and other school constituents as needed.


• Master’s degree in education administration or education leadership required
• Valid clear California teaching credential preferred
• Admin credential preferred
• Three to five (3-5) years instructional leadership/coaching experience
• Experience leading and developing teams as well as working across teams
• Practicing Catholic who is deeply spiritual and is willing to immerse her/himself in the life of the school

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to addressing your background and experience. Write “Assistant Principal” in the subject line of your email.
Compensation will be commensurate with qualifications, education, and experience.

La Reina High School & Middle School offers a comprehensive benefits package to its employees and their eligible dependents including: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401(k), Life Insurance, Long Term Disability, EAP, Vacation, and Sick. Other voluntary benefits include: Flexible Spending Account, Supplemental Life, Accident, Critical Illness.

Information/Application Contact

La Reina High School & Middle School (Thousand Oaks)

106 W. Janss Road

Thousand Oaks, Ca 91360