Bishop Eustace Preparatory School, Pennsauken, announces on its website that effective Jan. 4, Angelo Milicia “has separated from the institution and is no longer working as the Head of School.”
An alumnus of Bishop Eustace, Milicia has served as the Head of School since July 2017. Previously he worked at the school as a science instructor and director of institutional advancement.
The announcement states that the Board of Trustees appreciates his years of service and wish him the best. It also said a new Head of School should be in place in the coming weeks.
“Leadership changes during the school year can be a challenge and we recognize the impact this may have on the school community. I expect that the next leader will embrace the school’s mission with well-managed accountability and academic excellence grounded in the same Catholic mission and faith that Bishop Eustace was founded on,” stated Father Peter Sticco, SAC, chair of the Board of Trustees.
“With this leadership change comes great speculation about the state of our school. Let me reassure you that Bishop Eustace Preparatory School will not be closing,” he said.