Episcopal High School is seeking a candidate to serve as the head JV baseball coach for the 2024 season. This is a part-time, seasonal position.
The successful candidate will understand, appreciate, and capitalize on the role that athletics in general, and lacrosse in particular, plays in helping players learn to build together, work together, and achieve together, from a range of backgrounds, perspectives, and identities. The successful candidate will also further develop that understanding and appreciation in their athletes.
As a member of the Interstate Athletic Conference (IAC) and Independent School League (ISL) in the Greater Washington, DC area, Episcopal has a rich academic and athletic tradition and is deeply committed to seeing athletics as a crucial classroom in which our students strive for excellence and develop as healthy, determined, collaborative, and ethical leaders for the future. For more information about EHS, please visit theschool’s website.
Leadership experience within a competitive program
Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills
Understanding of the nature of boarding schools
Interested candidates should send the following to Director of Athletics, Jen Fitzpatrick, at JSF@episcopalhighschool.org.
Founded as the first high school in the state of Virginia in 1839, Episcopal High School is an independent, co-ed, college preparatory boarding school that values academic excellence, honor, service, and transformational adult-student relationships. The School is a 100% boarding community with 450 students from 26 states and 19 countries. The School seeks to attract a talented and diverse student body, faculty, staff, and administration to enrich the learning experience and offers robust programming in academics, athletics, service learning, arts, and activities while emphasizing a strong spiritual ethos through its chapel program. With its campus just seven miles from the White House, Episcopal has developed its new McCain-Ravenel Center for Intellectual and Moral Courage to create innovative uses of the educational resources of Washington to foster the skills and personal qualities identified in its Portrait of a Graduate developed with its Strategic Plan in 2018.