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Vol. LXIV, No. 9
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
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Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart recently announced that its Board of Trustees has appointed Patricia L. Fagin as seventh Head of School, effective July 1, 2010. Ms. Fagin will succeed Frances de la Chapelle, RSCJ, who announced her intention to retire last year.

“This is an exciting moment for Stuart,” said Board of Trustees Chair Steve LeMenager. “Patty Fagin understands and lives the values of Sacred Heart education, and she has the experience and leadership skills to build on Stuart’s tradition of academic excellence. She has already been embraced by the many parents, teachers and students who met her as part of our search process. We are delighted that she will be our next head.”

In accepting her appointment, Ms. Fagin said, “It is a great honor to be invited to work with Stuart’s exceptional students and faculty, and to succeed Sr. Fran de la Chapelle, whose accomplishments at Stuart are nationally recognized. As a product of all-girls education myself, I believe that Stuart can do even more to empower the young women we educate, and to prepare them for lives of leadership and service.”

“I am delighted that Stuart will continue to be headed by someone with such a deep commitment to the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart education,” said Sr. Frances de la Chapelle, RSCJ, who is completing the final year of 26 she has spent at Stuart in a variety of roles, including 17 as head. “Stuart has many exciting opportunities for change and growth over the next few years. Patty is the ideal person to lead Stuart forward.”

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