Ednovate Charter Schools are growing open-enrollment college preparatory high schools established in partnership with the University of Southern California. Our mission is to prepare students from traditionally underserved communities to use their college degrees and careers to make a positive multigenerational change. We want to find innovative ways to use space, time and combine great teaching with cutting edge technology to increase the number of students who graduate from college. At the end of our first growth phase, we will serve ~2,300 students in grades 9-12 in five schools. Our network of schools will continue to expand over time to operate multiple high-achieving public charter school campuses and set the bar for what is possible in a high school blended learning environment.
We are seeking two Founding Principals to work in Southern California to open up our seventh and eighth innovative high schools. The Founding Principal will go through a two year residency program where they will learn about our network and then design their school. They will be responsible for recruiting a full ninth grade class of students, hiring a full founding staff and working with Ednovate leadership to implement and iterate on our innovative HS model. This is an incredible opportunity for a driven educator to impact students' high school experience by thinking creatively about school design within Ednovate's school culture and academic parameters.
The ideal candidate is:
Wages & Benefits
The salary for this job is competitive and commensurate with experience; a competitive benefit package is included.
To submit an application, please visit our website at http://ednovate.org/careers.
Ednovate is strongly committed to hiring a diverse and multicultural staff, and we encourage applications from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds. Ednovate does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, handicap, age, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnic origin, or any other reason prohibited by state or federal law.