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Stephen Crooker Appointed as Director of Instruction for Bishop Ireton High School

Mr. Stephen Crooker has appointed to the newly created position of Director of Instruction at Bishop Ireton High School.

Effective July 1, the Office of Catholic Schools restructured Bishop Ireton and Bishop O’Connell High Schools. Congratulations to Mr. Stephen Crooker, who was appointed to the newly created position of Director of Instruction at BI. In his new position, Mr. Crooker is responsible for the day-to-day management of the school’s academic and student life programs and related personnel. Therefore, any questions or concerns in the areas of academics and student affairs should be addressed to Mr. Crooker. Bishop Ireton’s faculty is fully staffed and will be ready for school in August. We look forward to welcoming our students to the new academic year.

Stephen Crooker was born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia. He is a graduate of Saint Mary’s Catholic School in Old Town, Alexandria and a member of the Class of 1988 from Bishop Ireton High School. Mr. Crooker graduated from Mount Saint Mary’s University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theology and a Minor in Secondary Education. Mr. Crooker received a Master of Arts Degree from the Saint Francis DeSales School of Theology, formally in Washington D.C., and has also been awarded Certification in Catholic School Leadership from Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. Mr. Crooker has served as the Vice Principal for Academics at Bishop Ireton for the past three years.

The Crooker family began their relationship with Bishop Ireton in 1979, and they consider BI part of their home and family.

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