Jesuit Father Edward Salmon will step down from his role as president of McQuaid Jesuit, the all-male Catholic middle and high school in Brighton, at the end of the year, the school’s board of trustees announced Feb. 26.
The board of trustees said it will begin a search for a new president and that Father Salmon will remain chancellor at the school.
During his tenure as president, the school expanded to grades 6 to 12, grew to its highest student enrollment in the school’s history, added a new classroom building, and completed infrastructure improvements.
Father Salmon became president of the school in 2010, having served on the faculty there from 2002-07. He also served as superior of the Jesuit Community at America House in New York City, spiritual director and retreat director, and president of St. Peter’s Prep in Jersey City, N.J.Tags: Catholic Schools, Monroe County East