The Catholic School Association Administrators Association of New York State exists to actively support Catholic education by contributing to and advancing the professional, spiritual, and personal development of Catholic school administrators.
CSAANYS has a 49 year history of providing the best in resources, support, and advocacy for Catholic School Principals.
Through our progressive and proactive efforts we keep on top of the changes in education and the needs of our Catholic schools. CSAANYS has drawn strength and support from its talented and diverse membership since 1972. We strive to provide you with the best in educational practice to ensure your role as a Catholic school administrator just a little bit easier.
We have what you need to be successful, including professional development, resources, white papers and publications.
We are fortunate that all regions of the state are represented in our community of administrators. We pride ourselves on our ability to connect schools of all sizes to make leading, teaching and learning the best it can be. CSAANYS prides itself on bringing people together to learn and grow from each other.
If we can help in any way, simply reach out and ask!
Positions in Catholic Education
Director of Mission and Ministry - Aquinas Institute, Rochester
Aquinas Institute of Rochester, a coeducational 6-12 private, Catholic school, education in the tradition of the Congregation of St. Basil (the Basilian Fathers), located in Rochester, NY has an immediate opening for a Director of Mission and Ministry. The Director of Mission and Ministry is responsible for the development and execution of programs that ensure and strengthen the active, intentional living of Aquinas Institute’s Catholic mission, Belief Statements, Profile of a Graduate, Aquinas motto, and the Charisms both the Basilian Fathers and the Sisters of Saint Joseph. The Director of Mission and Ministry provides opportunities to integrate faith, education, service, and justice through an integration of the Aquinas mission and Catholic tradition. This role serves each student, faculty, and staff person, respecting their individual cultures and faith traditions, as part of the Aquinas community.