Staffing Announcement - St. Anthony's Vice Principal

event Published 2022-04-26T15:38:07.585Z

Congratulations to Mrs. Susan Currie who has accepted the position of Vice-Principal of St. Anthony's School.   

Since beginning her teaching career with Christ The Redeemer (CTR) Catholic Schools Mrs. Currie has taught in almost every division at St. Anthony’s School. Her teaching assignments have included a broad range of classes from Kindergarten in Elementary to Junior and Senior High Art, Humanities, Math, Astronomy, and Construction.  Mrs. Currie is a committed life-long learner with an educational background as diverse as her teaching experience. 

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She graduated from the University of New Brunswick with First Class Honors and Distinction in her Anthropology, Chemistry, and Education Degrees. She is continually pursuing educational opportunities and has completed CTR’s Aspiring Leaders program, the Start Right Program for Beginning School Leaders and is currently enrolled in St. Mary’s University Leadership Quality Standard Certification program.  As a Master Teacher at St. Anthony’s School, Mrs. Currie has taken on various leadership roles in multiple capacities, including that of Faith Leader, Options Leader, Technology Leader, and most recently Leader of the Humanities Division.  

In accepting this new leadership role of Vice-Principal, Mrs. Currie stated “It’s truly been a blessing working with the wonderful staff and community at St. Anthony’s School over the past decade. I’m greatly looking forward to continuing this journey in a new role in which I can further serve and support the needs of our staff and community.”  

New Principal Celeste Schrock shares, “Mrs. Currie is a true master teacher having excelled at teaching all levels from kindergarten to high school. She brings a vast knowledge of the various disciplines and exceptional organizational skills to the administration team.  She is faith-filled, thoughtful, and intentional in everything she does and establishes strong working relationships with others.”

Congratulations!