After serving Lexington Catholic High School for ten years, Dr. Steve Angelucci has announced his intention to step down as President at the conclusion of the 2018-2019 academic year.
Angelucci, a 1971 graduate of Lexington Catholic, was appointed President in 2009 after a career in dentistry and sports management.
During Angelucci’s tenure, Lexington Catholic has experienced impressive growth in key areas. These include strengthening the school’s financial position and increasing student enrollment. He was instrumental in establishing the High Marks and Exemplar Scholars Program and the Office of Equity and Inclusion. Currently he leads the ongoing effort to fund the school’s long-term campus renovation.
“It has been one of the greatest honors of my life to serve in this role,” Angelucci said. “I have received extraordinary support from Bishop John Stowe, our superintendents, the Board of Trustees, faculty, staff, administration, students, parents and alumni. I am proud of the strides that have been made at Lexington Catholic in recent years and grateful for my opportunity to be part of so many improvements to our school.”
Cindy Hamm, Chair of Lexington Catholic Board of Trustees, praises Angelucci’s impact on the school.
“It has been a privilege to work with Steve Angelucci during his tenure as President,” Hamm said. “Steve has shown steadfast leadership during a decade of unprecedented change in secondary education. He has been instrumental in developing vital programs that will have a lasting impact on the future success of the school.
“While there is never a good time for a valued leader to move on to new challenges, our Board is prepared to conduct an extensive search for an equally outstanding successor,” Hamm said.
Angelucci plans to remain involved in Lexington Catholic’s efforts to raise funds for the planned renovation and expansion projects.
“As I look forward to the next chapter of my life, I do so knowing that my successor will join a fantastic school. We have an immensely talented team of faculty, staff and administrators who are committed to making this great school even better,” Angelucci said.