Christian Brothers High School is a Lasallian Catholic, coeducational secondary school that provides a college preparatory curriculum for students of diverse abilities, cultures, and faiths. Founded in 1876 by the Institute of the Brothers of Christian Schools, the school continues to support the youth of the Sacramento area in the tradition of its founder, St. John Baptist de La Salle. Current enrollment is strong, with over 1,150 talented students. Christian Brothers High School operates with a President-Principal model of leadership.
As such, the principal is a key educational leader of the school and is responsible for the school’s educational programs in collaboration with the school’s Catholic identity, mission, and vision. The principal is primarily responsible for the school’s academic, co-curricular, and community service life. The principal is expected to foster, motivate and oversee students’ academic and spiritual growth, and support faculty and parents in collaboration with other members of the school’s Leadership Team. The principal reports directly to the president.