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Internal Posting Vice Principal - Marana SY 20-21,

Department: School Administration
Location: Tucson, AZ



About Leman Academy

Leman Academy is an independently operated, tuition-free public classical charter school with open-admission policies. Many of the foundational principles for the educational philosophy of Leman Academy of Excellence have been formed and established by Dr. Kevin Leman, the founder of the school, who has often dreamed of launching a school and learning environment for young people that willingly engages and embraces parents in the educational process, highlighting the parent-teacher-scholar relationship to bring out the best in each and every child. The primary goal of Leman Academy is to prepare our scholars to become contributing members of society, future leaders, and powerful difference-makers in our world. How does this happen? Well… it starts with relationships, and our school is all about relationships.

The school’s three core values will drive the success of Leman Academy of Excellence, and fostering relationships is at the core of two of them. We view parent engagement at Leman Academy a critical piece to the success of our school. Research demonstrates that scholar learning and achievement are greater the more active a role the parent plays in the school. We will partner with our families knowing the significant role parents play for a child to reach their full potential in life.

Additionally, we will treat every young person worthy of our utmost attention and respect, and worthy of receiving a rich, generous, connected curriculum that respects each as a learner. Our teachers will greet their scholars at the door as they enter the classroom, letting the young people know on a daily basis that they are valued and cared for by their teacher. This goes back to relationships and creating a positive school culture, which ultimately promotes greater academic learning for all of our scholars.

Finally, by offering a rigorous classical educational program that significantly impacts scholar learning, we are providing our teachers with a clearly defined and incredibly effective pathway to academic excellence.


Leman Academy offers a rigorous, classical education based on the traditions of Western culture where all disciplines are interrelated allowing scholars the ability to think independently and critically. We purpose to partner with supportive parents, pursue excellence, provide a safe and challenging environment, and instill morals and values in order to produce tomorrow’s leaders today. Additional information can be found at

General Job Description

The Vice Principal serves as a member of the Administrative Team of Leman Academy (LA) to help develop and implement the total school program, assisting the Principal with the general leadership and administration of LA consistent with School Board approved mission, philosophy, guiding principles, policies, and annual budgetary commitments/constraints.

Line of Authority/Reports to:  Vice-Principal shall report directly to the Principal, and work closely with the District Office.

Qualifications/Minimum Requirements:

  • Minimum of a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership with a Principals endorsement preferred

  • Fingerprint Clearance  / Background and Criminal History Clearance.

  • First Aid and CPR Certification.

  • At least three years of successful teaching experience.

  • Proven leadership ability promoting collaborative decision making.

  • Working knowledge and understanding of Classical curricula and learning -OR- a willingness and desire to learn the Classical model of education.

  • Working knowledge and understanding of Charlotte Mason’s educational philosophy and methodology -OR- a willingness to better understand Miss Mason’s educational philosophy and methodology.

  • Working knowledge and understanding of the Common Core Standards -OR- a willingness to learn such standards.

  • Working knowledge and understanding of the Saxon Math program -OR- a willingness to gain a greater understanding of this unique approach to teaching math concepts and skills.

  • Working knowledge and understanding of the Shurley English language arts program that covers grammar and composition -OR- a willingness to learn this highly structured, teacher-scholar interactive approach to learning grammar and compositions.

  • Ability to manage conflict resolution with an attitude of humility and service.

  • Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills to positively impact community, parents, scholars, administration, instructional staff and office support staff.

  • Strong commitment to supporting and safeguarding the principles of excellence in classical education.

  • Working knowledge and understanding of the Data-Driven Instruction model -OR- a willingness to better understand and learn more of data-driven instruction and assessment decision making.

  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with scholars, parents, co-workers, vendors and build relationships.

  • Strong commitment to providing leadership in promoting health and safety, including a healthy environment.

  • Ability to operate office equipment as required on assignment; i.e. fax machine, copier, computer, etc.

  • Ability to lift boxes and packages of varying weights and move them to other locations.

  • Working knowledge of learning theory, instructional methodology, curriculum development, teacher observation/evaluation.

Duties and Areas of Responsibility:

  • Assures high academic performance outcomes for all scholars.

  • Promote the educational, moral, social development of the scholars.

  • Promote and cultivate a culture of caring, citizenship, perseverance, respect, responsibility, and trustworthiness within the school community.

  • Promote the core values of academic excellence, partnering with families, scholars, and learning.

  • Coordinate and assist with creating systematic plans for curriculum development and best practices for instruction and providing regular instructional leadership for outcomes related to the Classical model.

  • Provide leadership including direction and supervision to academic staff to integrate the Classical educational program with the philosophical approach to the education of Charlotte Mason with curricular objectives

  • Assist in developing a comprehensive and well planned professional development program.

  • Coordinate and assist with the ongoing development of academic instructors related to the philosophy, mission and classical curricular of Leman Academy of Excellence

  • Assists with the ongoing development of curriculum maps that support and meet the needs of all scholars through differentiated instruction and the essential learning outcomes.

  • Confer with parents/guardians, teachers, and administrators in order to resolve scholars' behavioral and academic problems.

  • Meet with parents/guardians to discuss their child's academic progress and behavior (may need to help/guide parents with priorities for their child and any resource needs).

  • Attend professional development meetings, educational conferences, and training workshops in order to maintain and improve professional skills and competence.

  • Maintain effective lines of communication between the staff and administration of Leman Academy of Excellence

  • Develop and Implement School calendars, staff scheduling, and program activities.

  • Track, Monitor and Ensure all necessary curriculum and operational inventory and resources are available as needed.

  • Implement and oversee effective processes for the registration of incoming scholars, generation of progress reports and overall communication with families.

  • Support the goals of teaching and implementing the Arizona State and Common Core Standards.

  • Assist in implementing professional growth and learning opportunities for faculty through in-services, professional improvement plans, formal and informal evaluations that lead to effective and excellent instruction.

  • Promote and model excellent qualities in service leadership, educational leadership, symbolic leadership, and cultural leadership.

  • Foster a supportive, partnering relationship between parents and faculty, staff and administration.

  • Implement and enforce all approved school policies by the board.

 Work Habits and Attitudes:

  • Be a self-starter with an ownership attitude.

  • Demonstrates a strong sense of drive to meet goals.

  • Shows initiative and resourcefulness.

  • Performs accurate work in a timely manner.

  • Meets deadlines and sets priorities.

  • Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability.

  • Works well with minimum supervision.

  • Is dependable and accepts responsibility.

  • Shows sensitivity and tact in dealing with others.

  • Accepts direction and constructive criticism.

  • Cooperates with fellow workers and other departments.

  • Follows school policies and safety rules.

  • Demonstrates a professional appearance on a daily basis.

  • Demonstrates a willingness to work as a team player.

  • Embraces collaboration with other professionals.

  • Excellent organization, time management, and follow-up skills.

  • Maintains a professional environment at all times.

  • Possess cultural awareness and sensitivity.

  • Be able to build esteem while ensuring a safe and secure environment


Leman Academy offers a very competitive benefits package and overall compensation will be commensurate with talent, experience, and education.

 Leman Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Position Type: Full Time 

Campus:  Marana

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