Aquinas High School, a Catholic high school in San Bernardino, recently announced that Jim Brennan, who has served as its president since 2010, will retire on June 30.
Christopher Barrows, who has been principal of Aquinas since 2011, will be the school’s new president.
Brennan began her career in Catholic education in 1969 as a teacher at St. Louis School in Chicago. He became co-principal of St. Joseph’s School in Libertyville, Ill. In 1975 and was principal of various Catholic schools until 1995 when he became Deputy Superintendent in the Diocese of San Jose , according to a press release.
He joined the Diocese of San Bernardino as Superintendent of Catholic Schools in 1998, then headed the School of the Sacred Heart in Palm Desert from 2004 to 2008.
In 2008, he became vice president of Catholic Educational Services, a consulting company supporting Catholic schools.
Brennan has been President of Aquinas High School since 2010, and during his tenure enrollment increased and the school secured grants that funded the San Manual Performing Arts Center, the renovated Aquinas Gogo Gymnasium, and the new Lemann Leadership. Center, according to the news. Release.
Christopher Barrows, the school’s new president, began his tenure at Aquinas as a teacher in 2000. He was appointed deputy principal in 2007 and principal in 2011.
Amanda Egan, who has been Deputy Director since 2016, has been appointed the new Director effective July 1. Egan graduated from Aquinas in 2000 and has been on the school’s faculty since 2007. She has taught English and Journalism and in 2012 became a school. advise.
Aquinas High School is located at 2772 Sterling Ave., San Bernardino. For more information call 909-886-4659 or go to www.aquinashs.net.