Director of Middle and High School at Commonwealth - Parkville School in Puerto Rico
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Director of Middle and High School
Commonwealth - Parkville School (Puerto Rico)

Mar 25, 19
Apr 19, 19



Commonwealth-Parkville School


Director of Middle and High School

Commonwealth Campus

Beginning August 1, 2019


Commonwealth High School Campus is a college preparatory co-ed day school grades 7-12 founded in 1952.  Our challenging curriculum, taught in English (with a strong program in Spanish), aims to prepare students for success in stateside and local universities, the workplace, and life. CPS is looking for an experienced and innovative educational leader with:

  • Strategic vision committed to the academic, social, and emotional needs of middle and high school students.
  • Proven leadership in supervision and professional development.
  • Ability to build consensus, nurture strong relationships, and support student-centered learning.
  • Highly effective communication and collaboration skills.


  • Five (5) years experience in secondary teaching and/or administration
  • Master’s degree in Educational Leadership, Supervision, Administration, Curriculum, or related area
  • Fluent in English

Applicants should submit the following information via email no later than April 19th to:

Rick Weinland

Head of School

  • A 1-2 page cover letter, explaining your strengths as a candidate and why you are interested in the Director of Middle and High School position.
  • A current resume not to exceed two pages.

Interested candidates should submit applications as soon as possible, as CPS reserves the right to fill this position prior to the deadline as soon as a suitable candidate is identified.

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