Latin School of Chicago

Latin Head of School Position Description

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Head of School Latin School of Chicago (Latin) invites nominations and applications for its next Head of School to succeed Randall Dunn. Joining Latin at a time of great momentum and reflection, Latin's Head of School will report to the Board of Trustees and work collaboratively with a dedicated community to lead Latin into the future. Bolstered by the clear vision and path outlined in the 2019 Strategic Design: Latin Leads, the next Head of School will have a foundation on which to grow and evolve the way Latin approaches learning, community engagement, advancement of our faculty and staff, and the thoughtful development of our learning spaces in order to ensure Latin's continued success as a leader among schools and a model for defining excellence in education for a changing world. The next Head will embrace the opportunity to build lasting connectivity within the community and cultivate positive, supportive, and trusting relationships with students, faculty, staff, families, alums, and trustees. The next Head of School will also progress the school's demonstrated commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion, setting measurable goals and strategies that support an inclusive school-wide community culture. About Latin School of Chicago A nationally recognized leader in independent education, Latin is a coeducational day school serving 1,190 students in junior kindergarten through twelfth grade. Latin brings together "Latin Learners" from 76 Chicago neighborhoods and 14 suburbs and boasts a vibrant community that comprises 152 faculty, 103 staff, and approximately 4,500 living and active alums. Founded in 1888, Latin is one of the oldest independent schools in the city of Chicago and provides its students with a rigorous and innovative liberal arts educational program. Latin inspires its students to pursue their passions and lead lives of purpose and excellence. Located on the Near North Side of Chicago, the school is steps away from Lincoln Park, Lake Michigan, and the innumerable world-class cultural institutions the city has to offer. Latin is accredited by the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) and the Independent Schools Association of the Central States (ISACS). Latin School of Chicago 59 W. North Blvd. Chicago, IL 60610

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