Information Session: Fall 2012 GSE Classes at St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School

The Center for Catholic School Leadership and Faith-Based Education at GSE offers graduate courses leading to a Masters in Education in Administration & Supervision at St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School in West Islip, New York.

In cooperation with the Catholic Schools Office of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, the classes are designed for Catholic school leaders interested in enhancing their knowledge and skills, and for Catholic school educators who aspire to school leadership positions.  This program, in conjunction with the other NYS requirements, can lead to state certification as a School Building Leader. Click here for more information about the MSE in Administration & Supervision.

Fordham offers full time employees of Catholic schools a 40% tuition reduction each semester.  Visit the Center web page or call Dr. Patricia Kelly-Stiles, Center Associate Director, at (212) 636-7936 for scholarship details.

Additional financial assistance is available to qualified elementary school educators of the Rockville Centre Diocese. Contact Dr. Steven Cheeseman, Associate Superintendent of Schools, at (516) 678-5800 ext. 546 for details.

Fall 2012 classes will be held at St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School in West Islip on Tuesdays starting on September 18th.

We invite interested prospective students to attend an Information Session to receive further information about the program and details about registration for non-matriculated students:

     Location:  St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School
     Date:  Tuesday, April 24th
     Time:  4pm to 5pm.
     RSVP: ctrcsl@fordham.edu or (212) 636-6420.

If you have questions or wish specific details prior to the Information Session, contact Dr. Kelly-Stiles.

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