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President Search Update

The Board of Trustees of Lexington Catholic High School wishes to provide an update on the national search for Lexington Catholic’s next President.

Dr. Steve Angelucci announced in October 2018 that he would be stepping down as Lexington Catholic President at the conclusion of the school year. Angelucci, a 1971 graduate of Lexington Catholic, was appointed President in 2009 after a career in dentistry and sports management.
Following Dr. Angelucci’s announcement in October, the Board of Trustees formed a search committee made up of trustees, faculty, and representatives of Lexington Catholic to find his successor. A Connecticut based search firm, Catholic Recruiter Associates, is leading the national search. The search committee is seeking a candidate who will continue a long-standing tradition of Catholic educational excellence. The school has experienced significant enrollment growth due to programs such as the High Marks Center for students with learning differences, the Air + Space Academy and the Exemplar Scholars Program in Math, Science &Technology and Fine Arts.
The search committee is very pleased to have a broad-spectrum of qualified local and national candidates. They will be conducting interviews through February, and look to have the next President named in the spring of 2019.
Lexington Catholic Board Chair, Cindy Hamm, praised Dr. Angelucci’s dedication to the school stating, “While there is never a good time to lose a great leader, we are grateful that Dr. Angelucci stayed committed to Lexington Catholic for an amazing ten years.”
As Dr. Angelucci concludes his tenure this year as President, he is pleased to share information on the next step of his professional life. He will join Transylvania University as Vice President of Campaign Initiatives. “I am honored to join Dr. Carey’s team at Transylvania, and so fortunate to leave a great institution at Lexington Catholic to join another historically great school,” Angelucci said.
The Lexington Catholic High School community is very happy for him as he transitions to his next chapter. “We know that Transylvania will appreciate his talents as much as we have”, stated Mathew George, Lexington Catholic Principal. “On behalf of the faculty, staff, and administration we wish him the best of luck in this great opportunity.”