Principal or Vice Principal Principal: Boulder High School
Boulder High School
Boulder Valley School District is committed to creating challenging, meaningful, and engaging learning opportunities so that all children thrive and are prepared for successful, civically engaged lives. Our comprehensive and innovative approach to education ensures that each student meets expectations relative to intellectual growth, physical development, and social-emotional well-being. The district covers approximately 500 square miles and serves the communities of Boulder, Erie, Louisville, Lafayette, Superior, Broomfield, Nederland, Ward, Jamestown, and Gold Hill. Website: BVSD.
Welcome to Boulder High School. We are part of an exceptional learning community focused on providing an outstanding educational experience. Boulder High has a rich history of excellence in academics, athletics, and the arts. Founded in 1875 as the first public high school in Colorado as part of the Preparatory School for the University of Colorado (CU), our school has continued to evolve to provide a rigorous education in a creative and caring learning environment. Our motto, “A Place for Everyone,” resonates deep within our community as we continue to foster a learning environment that is based on high expectations while ensuring that we meet the needs of ALL students. Website: Boulder High School
A BVSD Principal must have a strong background in collaborative leadership, cultural proficiency, and data-driven school improvement. The principal must also have demonstrated skill in an extensive range of leadership and management and must possess the exceptional leadership skills and vision required to lead this school.
Provide collaborative leadership in the following areas:
-Continuous school improvement aligned with the District Strategic Plan and State Accreditation
-Purposeful and inclusive curriculum and instructional strategies that are school-wide and focused
-Ongoing assessment of school progress and student achievement
-Job-embedded and discipline-based professional development
-Commitment to shared decision making in a spirit of collaboration
-School climate development that fosters a just and equitable environment
-Hire, supervise, and evaluate staff members
-Provide a safe and secure educational environment
-Currently hold a Colorado Principal License or have licensure application in process (must upload license or in process documentation to application)
-Completed and submitted BVSD online application
-Minimum of three years experience as a school administrator
-Experience in teaching, supervision, and educational leadership
-Principal experience or its equivalent
-Experience with data-driven school improvement processes that result in high academic achievement for all and elimination of achievement gaps
-Knowledge of student assessment and data analysis for continuous improvement
-Current knowledge of effective instructional practices
-Strong planning, organization, motivation, management, supervision, and evaluation skills
-Strong written and verbal communication skills with internal and external audiences
-Experience with the MTSS process and the Standards-Based Teaching/Learning Cycle
-Knowledge of school-based budget/planning
-Demonstrated skills in facilitation, problem-solving, and conflict management
-Understanding of English Language Learners and appropriate programming
Employment is contingent upon successful completion of the post-offer screening process, including a background check.
SALARY: Range 17: $114,265 – $172,111 (2021-2022 salary schedule – based on experience); excellent benefit package. Website: BVSD Benefits.
EFFECTIVE DATE: Beginning of 2022-2023 school year (July 25, 2022)
Boulder Valley School District is accepting completed, online applications only.
The Boulder Valley School District is an equal opportunity educational institution and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, sex, gender identity/expression, national origin, creed, religion, age, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status in admission or access to, and treatment and employment in its educational programs or activities. Inquiries or complaints: BVSD Legal Counsel – 720-561-5903; Office for Civil Rights – http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/addresses.html