The Oceanside School District is a leader in educational excellence and student achievement. We educate 5,500 students in 10 schools, including seven elementary schools, an early childhood center, a middle school, a high school and an alternative high school. Oceanside High School consistently ranks in the top 1.5% of high schools nationwide based on surveys conducted by leading news sources.
Together with teachers, parents and the community, we offer students a rigorous education that promotes intellectual growth, interpersonal skills, appreciation for the arts, a healthy lifestyle, and respect for all living things. Our emphasis is on preparing our students to successfully lead full and productive lives as citizens in our democratic society and global community. We empower our students to think for themselves while respecting the viewpoints of others. We encourage them to approach problems with a creative and curious mindset, to exercise their rights and responsibilities as citizens, and to give back to the communities in which they live and work.
Associate Principal - High School
We are currently seeking applicants for a probationary Associate Principal at Oceanside High School - a Grades 9-12 building, with approximately 1,725 students.
Successful candidates must possess a strong understanding of the following:
successful pedagogical practices at the secondary level
well versed in restorative practices
excellent communication skills
proven track record to supervise and communicate effectively
experience in creating a multi-faceted master schedule
experience with guidance/school counseling support services preferred but not required.
School Building Leader or School Building Administrator/Supervisor certification required. Effective July 1, 2020.
Submissions should include a 2 minute video that exemplifies your educational and leadership qualities. The video format should be hosted online (ex.YouTube) or stored on a cloud (ex. Google Drive, DropBox etc.). Post uploading, paste the URL under the “other information section” on OLAS.