St. Francis Borgia Regional High School

Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction

St. Francis Borgia Regional High School is a fully accredited, co-ed, Catholic High School located in Washington, MO.  The school offers a comprehensive curriculum designed to ready students for college and post-secondary life. Borgia is looking for an Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Instruction. They provide academic and instructional leadership for the school; and collaborate with the administrative team in the performance of the various leadership responsibilities essential to the success of SFBRHS. 

Essential Responsibilities

  • Direct, coordinate, and evaluate all aspects of academics at SFBRHS in a manner consistent with our identity as a comprehensive, Catholic high school.
  • Work with teachers to improve instruction, supervising and providing consistent feedback to help them realize human and academic excellence for all students.
  • Ensure the development and implementation of a rigorous curriculum, so that all students can achieve at high levels and be prepared for post-secondary success.
  • Lead teachers in interpreting and using student achievement data to inform instruction.
  • Develop and execute an effective faculty and staff professional development program, ensuring classroom impact.
  • Collaborate with other members of the administrative team to ensure successful day-to-day institutional operations and supervision.


  • Demonstrated interest in and commitment to Catholic faith-based education.
  • Exceptional leadership and management skills to inspire, lead, and work collegially with faculty and staff, challenge students to high levels of achievement.
  • Strong background in developing and implementing a rigorous, standards-based, comprehensive curriculum.
  • Demonstrated success as an instructional leader who can create and sustain a student-centered learning environment.
  • Must hold a valid certificate in Missouri.
  • Experience in curriculum development and teacher leadership.

Personal Characteristics

  • Models Catholic values to faculty, staff, students, and all stakeholders. 
  • A lifelong learner who is diligent about staying current in research on secondary education and strives for continuous improvement.
  • Capacity to work collaboratively with others.

Full details about the position can be found on our website at or by contacting Interested candidates should email a resume, cover letter and three references to by March 22, 2021.