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High School Leadership Council

The High School Leadership Council (HSLC) is composed of archdiocesan, parish, and private high school principals. Council or committee meetings are held monthly. The council has the following responsibilities:

  • Advise the deputy superintendent of high schools and provide input to the consultati​ve school boards of the archdiocese

  • Advise the deputy superintendent of high schools on HSLC projects

  • Facilitate support for the high school principals in the regions

HSLC is comprised of the following members:​

  • One archdiocesan/parish high school principal from each region, elected by all high school principals in that region (this group is elected first)

  • Two elected archdiocesan high school principals, elected by all high school principals

  • Two elected at-large private high school principals, elected by all high school principals

  • Two elected at-large archdiocesan principals, elected by all high school principals

  • One priest (or religious, if not otherwise represented), appointed by the deputy superintendent

  • Two or three principals appointed by the deputy superintendent for the purpose of balance at his or her discretion

  • Members of the high school section of the Department of Catholic Schools, as ex officio members

The election will be held at the general principals' meeting in September.​​


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