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Broussard Named St. Anthony High School Head of School
The Board of Trustees of St. Anthony High School, Jersey City, is pleased to announce the appointment of Chad E. Broussard as Head of School.
Broussard will be responsible for directing the academic activities of St. Anthony High School, and will work with Bob Hurley Sr., recently named President of St. Anthony High School, to assume many of the responsibilities for financial and personal management.
Broussard also will serve as a member of the school’s Board of Trustees.
Chad Broussard brings to his new post as Head of School of St. Anthony High School some 13 years of experience as a teacher and administrator in Louisiana, Texas and New Jersey. Most recently, he served as a supervisor in the Plainfield NJ public school system.
A native of Louisiana, Broussard received a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications from Xavier University of Louisiana and a Master of Arts in Education Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Texas at San Antonio. He is expected to receive a Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.) from Seton Hall University in Spring 2015. In addition, he attended the Harvard University Graduate School of Education National Institute for Urban School Leaders.
In commenting on this appointment, St. Anthony High School President Bob Hurley Sr. said: “Chad Broussard is a teacher and leader of great quality and experience
who can bring, through his background in education and supervision, a new dimension in educational excellence to the students of St. Anthony High School as we prepare our young men and women for success in college and life.”
St. Anthony High School was founded in 1952 as a parish high school affiliated with St. Anthony Parish in Jersey City. It became a private Catholic high school in 1992 under the auspices of the Archdiocese of Newark. St. Anthony High School aims to educate the young men and women entrusted to its care according to the Catholic philosophy of life by the development of human and Christian values that will enable them to take their places in the community as intelligent, spiritually vigorous, cultured, vocationally prepared, and open-minded Americans.
St. Anthony High School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.