Fast Facts About ADVIS:
Over 130 Member Schools in the tri-state, 13 county Greater Delaware Valley region…
Educate nearly 50,000 students in pre-kindergarten through high school; 29.4% students of color
Employ over 11,000 faculty, administrators, and staff
Award nearly $270,000,000 in need based financial aid to 34% of students
Represent more than 430,000 alumni
Collectively have an annual operating budget greater than one billion dollars!
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Head of Lower School, AIM Academy    Read More
AIM Academy, located in Conshohocken, PA seeks a Head of Lower School. The Head of Lower School is a member of the Senior Leadership Team and administers the daily operations for grades one through five. Working closely with the Head of School, the Head of Lower School has significant independent responsibilities. The most important priority for the Head of Lower School is ensuring that the division operates true to the school’s mission. The Head of Lower School is ultimately responsible for all facets of the division including programming, scheduling, faculty, budgeting, and culture. The Head of Lower School also works closely with other members of the senior leadership team (Enrollment Management, Advancement, Communications, etc.) to ensure that the lower school division is an effective and innovative branch of one united school community.
Posted 12/12/2017
Director of Learning Skills, Division Head, Solebury School    Read More
Solebury School seeks a dedicated and experienced person to serve in a full-time, school year position as our Director of Learning Skills, Division Head. This position is responsible for both supporting a range of learners, particularly those with mild to moderate learning differences, as well as leading the Learning Skills Department and its staff. Reports directly to the Associate Head of School and works closely with all faculty, as well as the Admissions Department.  On-campus housing may be available (dependent on a housing vacancy), but is not mandatory.  This position reports to the Associate Head of School.
Posted 12/6/2017
Upper School Division Director, Germantown Friends School    Read More
Germantown Friends School seeks a dynamic, highly experienced educator who can lead the Upper School and help shape its future.  Reporting directly to the Head of School, the Division Director must ensure that the work of the division is consonant with the school’s mission, the Head of School’s vision, and the school’s strategic initiatives.   The Director must be an effective communicator who can function as the public face of the division, communicating clearly, knowledgeably, and regularly with all constituencies.  As such, the Division Director must champion the divisional program and forward its growth, aligning it deliberately with mission, vision, and strategic initiatives.
Posted 12/4/2017
Upper School Director, Sacred Heart Academy Bryn Mawr    Read More
Sacred Heart Academy Bryn Mawr seeks an Upper School Director. Sacred Heart Academy is a Catholic, independent college preparatory school for girls. Founded in 1865 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the school has been lay-owned and governed since 1969. Sacred Heart has a strong tradition of excellence in education as envisioned by St. Madeleine Sophie Barat.
Posted 11/27/2017
Head of Middle School, The Episcopal Academy    Read More
The Episcopal Academy seeks a Head of Middle School.  The Episcopal Academy is a 232-year-old coeducational pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade college preparatory day school with an enrollment of over 1,200 students on a bucolic, state-of-the-art campus of over 100 acres in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.
Posted 11/9/2017
Upper School Division Head, The Haverford School    Read More
The Haverford School seeks an Upper School Division Head effective July 1, 2018.  The Upper School Head oversees all curricular and co-curricular programs related to the operation of the Upper School and collaborates with the Leadership Team on long-term strategic planning and mission delivery. He/she is responsible for ensuring that the Upper School is a challenging and supportive environment that emphasizes scholarship, leadership, citizenship, and high standards of character and conduct.
Posted 10/26/2017

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