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About St. Clement’s Parish School:


St. Clement's Parish School is the premier private school in El Paso, Texas for early childhood, elementary school, and middle school with research-informed, rigorous academics.  Within a nurturing Christian environment, the school promotes each child’s academic, spiritual, moral, artistic, physical and intellectual growth.


Established in 1958, St. Clement's Parish School serves approximately 300 students ranging in age from three-year-olds through eighth grade.  The school began as a mission of the Church of St. Clement and operates under the spiritual oversight of the Church.


St. Clement’s Parish School is the only school in El Paso accredited through the prestigious Independent Schools Association of the Southwest.  Standing on 60 years of academic distinction, the school offers students a solid foundation for lifelong learning and excellent preparation for high school and college.  All three divisions of the school emphasize not just academic excellence and faith, but also the importance of fine arts, athletics, physical education, the value of play, and a commitment to service outreach and outdoor education in order to develop well-rounded students.


Because of El Paso’s location along the border, St. Clement’s Parish School is uniquely positioned to have a diverse multi-national student body.  The school enrolls children from all over El Paso, nearby Fort Bliss, neighboring New Mexico, and Juarez, Mexico as well as overseas families who are in the region for work.


About the Head of School Position:

As it celebrates its 60th Anniversary, St. Clement’s Parish School is looking for a dynamic and energetic leader to carry the school to the next level of academic excellence and spiritual enrichment.


The Head of School should demonstrate passion, strength and experience in the following key areas:

  • Faith - Appreciate the close partnership between the Church and School, and be a committed Christian and an active member of a Christian church.
  • Communication - Effectively communicate and connect with faculty, parents, students and the Board of Trustees through a variety of mediums.
  • Growth - Promote and market the school effectively both locally and regionally by networking with other school heads through appropriate associations and staying up to date on academic advancements.
  • Academics – Provide expertise as a leader in the academic environment. Exemplify knowledge in educational leadership trends and school curriculum. 
  • Fundraising - Understand and have experience with the fundraising needs of a private school and be willing to provide leadership and guidance with fundraising efforts.
  • Budgeting - Formulate, implement and adhere to annual budgets.
  • Strategic planning - Manage long-term growth projects, including planning for facilities improvement.


To be considered for the Head of School position, a candidate should hold a minimum of a Master’s degree in education, or other appropriate area, and demonstrate leadership experience in school administration.


It is preferred that candidates live or have lived in the Southwestern region and have an appreciation for this wonderful bi-national community.  Fluency in Spanish is desired but not required.


For more information, please contact Mr. Bruce McComas at