Holy Cross School in Champaign is seeking principal applicants for the current school year. Holy Cross is a Catholic, pre-K through 8th grade school with 250 students and a teaching staff of 24. It is certified and approved by AdvancED and recognized by the Illinois State Board of Education. Application packages are available through the Peoria Diocese website at https://cdop.org/careers/ or by calling the Office of Catholic Schools at 309.671.1550. For additional information, you may call the Holy Cross Church Office at 217.352.8748 or Holy Cross School at 217.356.9521.
Holy Cross School has been educating young people in the Champaign-Urbana community for over 100 years. We have a strong history of Catholic values and traditions, academic excellence, and service to others. Our students leave Holy Cross with a broad based experience. As a Catholic school, our students have religion class each day, attend Mass weekly, and are involved in many service projects throughout the year. In addition to the core subjects, our students are able to access course work in Spanish, band, choir, and art. Each spring, we have produced a professional quality musical involving hundreds of students and parents. Our library has over 7,000 volumes and is staffed by a certified librarian. Students with special needs are supported by teachers with reading, speech, and differentiated learning backgrounds. We have a strong physical education program and a sports program for both boys and girls.
Masters degree with administration certification
5 years of teaching experience
Previous experience in Catholic school education preferred
About Holy Cross School
Holy Cross School has been educating students in the Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, community for over 100 years. Our faculty is a mix of veteran teachers as well as recent education graduates. Holy Cross School provides a Catholic education for students from Holy Cross Parish in Champaign, St. Patrick Parish in Urbana, and St. Mary Parish in Champaign. Our families reflect the diversity of the Champaign-Urbana community as well as the University of Illinois community.