Employment Opportunities

Working at Boston College High School means joining a dynamic community of educators and staff, committed to forming young men into compassionate and caring citizens of the world. Our administrators, faculty, staff and coaches are deeply invested in our mission, and find being a part of this community rewarding, both professionally and personally.
As employment opportunities become available, they will be listed below. If you are interested in pursuing an opportunity to work at Boston College High School, submit your resume as directed in the specific posting:

Current Openings

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  • BC High Principal

    Boston College High School (BC High) seeks an exceptional educator and academic leader to become its next Principal. This is a unique opportunity to serve at one of the nation’s preeminent and distinguished Catholic secondary schools. The Principal plays a vital role in setting the tone, fulfilling the mission, ensuring the highest levels of professionalism among the faculty, and partnering with the President to achieve the critical goals and objectives of the school. The daily academic and extensive extracurricular operations and the overall quality of the student experience fall under the auspices of the Principal. Like fellow Jesuit schools, BC High follows the President/Principal leadership model, which directs the Principal to report to the President.
    Recent leadership changes have brought new energy and a sense of forward momentum to BC High. The desire to build on an outstanding 150+ year academic platform and expand the school’s presence are palpable throughout BC High. A focus on student celebration of visual and performing arts, athletics, robotics, service, and other talents is an increasing priority in this exciting time in the life of BC High. The community seeks a leader who values and encourages school spirit and creates opportunities for lively, purposeful, and fun activities for students and faculty alike.  Always striving to enhance all areas of the student experience, the Principal’s current Vice Principal Council enjoys an abiding sense of trust and respect. The next Principal for BC High can anticipate working with this outstanding and collaborative team that includes the Academic Vice Principal, Vice Principal for Curriculum & Professional Development, Vice Principal for Ignatian Mission and Identity, Vice Principal for Student Affairs, and the Vice Principal of the Arrupe Division.
    The incoming Principal must have a vibrant and holistic approach to enhancing the BC High mission and experience, and this community believes that diversity and inclusion are essential to the fulfillment of its mission. In collaboration with the leadership team, the Principal will join a community that understands and values the diverse world; provides a caring, respectful, culturally responsive and welcoming environment; actively seeks to attract and retain students, faculty, and staff from a wide range of culturally diverse backgrounds; and continuously strives for growth through professional development and ongoing curriculum review.
    In 2017, BC High welcomed Grace Cotter Regan P’12 as President. President Regan is a dynamic and mission-based leader who has an ambitious and strategic vision for the future of the school. BC High now seeks a proven leader to be the next Principal, who will be devoted to its mission and academic excellence while directing an accomplished faculty to embrace new and innovative initiatives. In an effort to respect tradition while managing change, the Principal will partner with the President and senior colleagues to enhance the longstanding reputation the school has earned, deepen the ties to the Boston and international Jesuit community, and steward the school’s unwavering commitment to its mission.
    A Principal who is considered a servant leader is a key characteristic sought by students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni of the BC High community; this community also seeks an educator who is energetic, open to ideas, and able to foster a diverse and socially just community. Cultural competence, respect and recognition reflecting the many cultures that form the
    BC High family and surrounding community will be an essential part of this position. Further,
    BC High is deeply committed to its Ignatian spirituality; care for the entire person—cura personalis,is central to the formation of students and community members alike.  The Principal is expected to exemplify and model this practice daily as an active leader of the school.
    Qualified applicants will hold the minimum of a master’s degree, must be practicing Catholic, and have demonstrated exceptional leadership and teaching experience at the high school level.
    Interested and qualified candidates may submit electronically a cover letter, current resume and statement of educational leadership philosophy to Search Consultant, Mary Gene Clavin at mgclavin@advancementincite.com.  
    The deadline for accepting applications is December 28, 2018.

    For addition information, please review the Principal Search webpage https://www.bchigh.edu/page/about/principal-search
  • Senior Vice President for Administration, Finance and Strategic Planning

    Boston College High School (“BC High”) seeks a bold and innovative leader to serve as its new Senior Vice President for Administration, Finance and Strategic Planning (SVP). The SVP will work collaboratively with the President, Board of Trustees and the President’s senior leadership team to advance the mission of the school and to ensure the success of BC High students now and in the future.

    BC High is a Jesuit, Catholic day school for boys in grades seven through twelve, located on a 40-acre campus in Boston, Massachusetts. BC High has a current enrollment of nearly 1,500 students. As a premier secondary school for young men, BC High sends 98% of its graduates on to college and 93% of seniors are accepted to those colleges and universities classified by Barron’s as most or highly competitive. Many of the area’s top religious, business, educational, legal, political, and medical professionals studied at BC High.

    BC High’s mission since 1863 has been to form leaders of competence, conscience and compassion who seek to do all things ad majorem Dei gloriam – for the greater glory of God. The school strives to challenge students to become young men of integrity, educated in faith and for justice, committed to academic excellence and service to others. BC High attracts students from across the local region. Reflecting its commitment to diversity, access and academic excellence, BC High awarded more than $6 million in financial assistance this year.

    Reporting to the President, the SVP will serve as a member of the President’s senior leadership team. The SVP will lead strategic planning and oversee the key administrative and financial functions of the school. The SVP will provide overall management direction for budget and finance, information technology, facilities, capital and master planning, asset protection and human resources. The successful candidate will bring a minimum of ten years of diversified strategic leadership experience, demonstrated business process improvement experience and a deep commitment to the mission of the school. The new SVP will model and foster a culture of integrity, accountability and transparency.

    Boston College High School is aided in this recruitment by Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm. All inquiries and applications, including a resume and letter of interest, should be directed in confidence to:

    Dan Rodas, Vice President
    Liz Vago, Managing Associate
    Vijay Saraswat, Managing Associate
    Isaacson, Miller

Our Commitment

We recognize the essential contribution a diverse community of students, faculty and staff makes, in an atmosphere of mutual respect, to the advancement of its mission. Accordingly, we are dedicated to maintaining a welcoming environment for all people, particularly those who may be vulnerable to discrimination.

BC High is committed to its Jesuit, Catholic mission and rejects and condemns all forms of harassment, wrongful discrimination and disrespect. Moreover, it is the policy of the School, while reserving its lawful rights to take actions designed to sustain its Jesuit, Catholic mission, to provide equal opportunity in employment regardless of a person's race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, sexual orientation, marital or veteran's status. This policy relates to all aspects of employment including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, compensation, benefits, training, promotion, transfer, discipline or termination.

Located in the City

Boston College High School is located within the city of Boston on Columbia Point a short walk from the JFK/Columbia MBTA and Commuter Rail station. 

150 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125