Valor Public Schools is hiring for Head of School for the 2022-23 school year. Mission & Vision Valor’s mission is to educate the whole person for authentic freedom and a full human life. Our educational vision is grounded in the classical tradition, which identifies wisdom and virtue as the ultimate goals of education. In all facets of school life, we invite students to enter into the mystery of existence by inspiring them to pursue what is true, good, and beautiful within an authentic community. Our motto, sapientia per admirationem, speaks to our identity as an institution concerned with the preservation and promotion of wonder. This vision saturates the entire life of our schools, from curriculum and pedagogy to classroom order and special events. All Valor students will read and discuss the Great Books, take advanced math and science courses, study Latin, engage meaningfully with their external community, care for plans and animals, explore the fine arts, and have the opportunity to participate in extracurricular clubs and competitive athletics. In addition to rigorous academics, Valor is committed to building a transformative school culture filled with joy, respect, and deep engagement. Valor’s teachers and school leaders inspire students to pursue excellence in all areas of their lives and reach their fullest potential. Our K-12 tuition-free charter schools operate with an entrepreneurial mindset. We are looking for Heads of School who share our love of classical education and civic renewal, who desire to learn from our experienced leadership team, and who feel called to be creative and powerful leaders of students and teachers. What We Stand For • Wisdom and Virtue • Truth, Goodness, and Beauty • Human Dignity • Wonder and Inquiry • Friendship and Community • Attentiveness and Presence • Honest, Open Communication • Continuous Learning and Growth Valor Hiring Profile • Mission & vision alignment • Subject matter expertise • Strength of character • Love of learning • Commitment to professional growth • Humility & receptivity to coaching • Practical wisdom • Aptitude/fit for working with students • Classroom leadership capacity • Commitment to collaboration and team unity • Strong work ethic and an enthusiastic, positive attitude Position Overview Reporting to the Superintendent, the Head of School is responsible for the academics, culture, and operations of the school as a whole. This includes: • Readiness to learn from Valor’s superintendent and executive team • Hiring outstanding faculty, staff and school leaders • Creating and maintaining fiscally responsible budget • Ensure successful implementation of Valor curriculum • Develop and execute a practice of coaching teachers and school leaders • Oversight of teacher assignments and classroom schedules • Oversight of student discipline • Oversight of all campus operations, including special events • Reporting and compliance • Achieving fundraising goals in collaboration with director of academy giving • Oversight of parent and external communication • Management of the school's curriculum, instructional coaching, student culture and discipline, parent communication, campus operations, and fundraising. The Head of School will ensure that all aspects of Valor's K-12 program reflect the school’s classical vision and educational philosophy, with its commitment to cultivating wisdom and virtue. Start Date: August 2022

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