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The King's Christian School
Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States
15 days ago




Accredited by: Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools

Approved by: New Jersey Department of Education

Appointment Year: 2022-2023

Total Enrollment: 445

Location: Cherry Hill, New Jersey

The Role: Head of School


Meet The King's Christian School:

The King’s Christian School was founded in 1946 as a parent-sponsored Christian school dedicated to its mission statement, “In partnership with Christian parents, The King’s Christian School equips and strengthens students, through education and example, that they might stand firmly upon the Word of God and become effective servant-leaders who impact the world through their Christian walk.” The commitment to this mission continues today. Twenty-first-century technology and “green” campus facilities continue to position TKCS as a resource for families in an ever-changing world. More than 98% of graduates continue their academic studies at nationwide colleges and universities.

The King’s Christian School is a non-denominational, college-preparatory school for students in grades Kindergarten through 12. TKCS is owned and governed by The King’s Christian School Association, which maintains a constitution, adopts the school budget, and elects the Board of Directors.

Vision & Core Values


In submission to Jesus Christ, our Savior, the vision of TKCS is to provide a school that promotes:

  • Excellence in the academic, spiritual, physical & emotional well-being of students.

  • “Ownership” of TKCS among parents, students, alumni, employees, friends, and churches.

  • Developmentally appropriate co-curricular & extra-curricular biblically-integrated opportunities that challenge students to their maximum potential.

  • A safe and stimulating Christ-centered learning environment that includes grades PreK-12 on the Cherry Hill campus.

Core Values

  • Christ-Centered | Founded on the infallible and enduring Word of God, integrating the Christian worldview into every aspect of academics and student life.

  • Biblical Foundation | Biblical worldview integration into all curricular areas providing students with a biblically grounded, Christ-centered, God-honoring environment.

  • Excellence | Development of the academic, spiritual, physical, and emotional well-being of our students based on biblical values.

  • Parent Partnership | Forming an alliance of supportive parents who covenant to provide time, prayer support, and practice biblical stewardship principles to accomplish the vision of TKCS.

  • Character Development | Responsibility, accountability, submission to Christ, faithfulness, glorifying God, Spirit-filled, spiritual discernment, and Christ-like living attributes.

  • Servant Leadership | Servant leadership in both the mission of The King’s Christian School and as a defining trait of our staff who selflessly dedicate themselves to the education of our students.

About the Head of School:

The King’s Christian School is currently seeking its next Head of School. The TKCS Head of School will be responsible for managing the administrative staff and the Principals, as well as implementing The Constitution of The King's Christian School Association and the policies of the Board of Directors. The Head of School has overall, direct responsibility for the Spiritual, academic, social, and financial success of the school. Additionally, the Head of School is the public figurehead for the school.


The Head of School Responsibilities Include: 

  • Serve as a Spiritual leader for the school, fostering a strong Biblical Worldview among staff, students, and families, encouraging all to be in daily prayer and Bible study; and giving encouragement and counsel as required.

  • Interact closely with the Board of Directors by engaging in the following:

    • Complete monthly board monitoring reports.

    • Recommend new policies as needed for the school's educational and spiritual development.

    • Keep the Board of Directors advised of progress on major projects, of problems and their resolution, and of other issues as required. 

  • Responsibilities relating to faculty and staff:

    • Recruit, retain, and develop a highly professional faculty and staff who have a strong Biblical Worldview.

    • Develop/lead department heads in establishing goals and objectives in their respective areas of responsibility and in monitoring progress toward the accomplishment of these goals and objectives.

    • Provide specific mentorship to department heads by establishing professional development goals and objectives aimed at both long- and short-term professional growth.

  • Responsibilities relating to the administration of the school:

    • Provide oversight/ultimate responsibility for finances; procedures for budgeting, contracting, purchasing, inventorying, and expending materials and services required for the efficient and effective operation of the school.

    • Provide oversight/ultimate responsibility for public relations, promoting and projecting to the public the purpose and objectives of the school.

    • Provide oversight/ultimate responsibility for Development activities and serve as the main contact with major donors. 

  • Responsibilities relating to other organizations:

    • Provide direction to the Parent-Teacher Fellowship (PTF) Executive Planning Committee as they plan activities in coordination with the total school programs.

    • Maintain a working relationship with accrediting agencies, Christian School Associations, State and Federal Government educational agencies, and other local school administrators.

    • Serve as the primary contact and driving force behind all periodic accreditation processes on an ongoing basis.

This role description is intended to represent key areas of responsibilities; specific assignments may vary from time to time, and other duties may be assigned.



What it's Like to Live in South Jersey: 

TKCS is located centrally in southern New Jersey, just minutes from Philadelphia. Most folks from the region identify as being from “the South Jersey area” and/or “the Philadelphia area.” With no shortage of things to do or see, locals easily access Philadelphia and the Jersey Shore, as well as trips under three hours to New York City, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains. The area boasts everything from blueberry farms to quaint downtowns, historic sites to vibrant arts, culture, and sports. Local churches provide opportunities for connection and spiritual growth, and many offer vibrant ministries for children and youth.


What You Bring: 

Education & Experience

  • A Graduate degree, preferably in School Administration or Education, is required. Preference will be given to candidates with a Doctorate degree in an education-related field.

  • A minimum of three (3) years of classroom teaching; and two (2) years in management/administration is required. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience in a Christian school environment.

  • Certification by a recognized certifying agency is required. Preference will be given to candidates with Administrative certification.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • An exemplary Christian role-model exhibiting Spiritual maturity with effective leadership (1 Tim. 3:2-12; Titus 1:6-9; Matt.20:26, 27; Mark 9:35).

  • Agreement with the school's Spiritual Standards Statement and eligibility requirements published doctrinal position and conflict resolution policy.

  • Ability to plan, organize, and direct people and programs from a Biblical Worldview perspective; and to mentor and motivate people toward attaining their potential.

Job Information

  • Job ID: 64012377
  • Location:
    Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States
    Houston, Texas, United States
  • Position Title: Head of School
  • Company Name For Job: The King's Christian School
  • Industry: Elementary School,High School,Middle School,Pre-Kindergarten / Kindergarten
  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Job Duration: Indefinite
  • Min Education: Master's Degree
  • Min Experience: 3-5 Years
  • Required Travel: 0-10%

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