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The Director of Admissions responsible for ensuring that the school is fully enrolled each year with students and families who are a good match with the mission of the school. This includes admitting and enrolling approximately 85 plus new students annually as well as monitoring re-enrollment for all current families. This position reports directly to the Head of School and works closely with other members of the Senior Leadership Team and school administrators. The Director of Admissions manages a team of three to five Admissions Associates and is responsible for oversight of the entire admissions and enrollment process. In addition, the Director of Admissions oversees and manages the financial aid process for all new and returning families and, in consult with the Head of School and Director of Finance, determines financial aid awards annually for all Field School families. The Director of Admissions, in line with financial aid, also oversees administration of the Student Fund, fully collaborating with the Head of School, Director of Finance, and other school administrators and leaders as needed.
If you would like to apply for this role, please fill out the 2019-20 faculty application which can be found on the employment page of Field's website.
About The Field School
The Field School is an independent coeducational 370 student school serving Grades 6-12.
Skills of Mind
Generosity of Heart
OUR CORE VALUES:
Field Celebrates Individuals.
At The Field School, students with diverse backgrounds, strengths, and challenges know they are welcomed, appreciated, and supported in being themselves.
Field Teaches Inquiry, Analysis, and Creativity.
A Field education emphasizes analytic thinking, articulate expression, and creative process — skills that allow students to learn, to communicate, and to engage with the world.
Field Teaches Through Dialogue and Passion.
Enthusiasm and open, respectful dialogue are foundations of learning at Field. Teachers and students establish strong relationships that spark authentic learning.
Field Students Participate and Learn to Care.
Field students take risks, speak up, work together, play as teams, and share artistry. Engagement in our community inspires compassion and ethical behavior.
Field Is Informal.
The Field School environment is relaxed, and classes are small — crucial ingredients in encouraging conversation, daring, and knowing each other.