Remick Leadership Program

Thanks to a $450,000 grant from the Bradley Foundation, Seton Catholic Schools is proud to partner with The University of Notre Dame to offer staff the opportunity to participate in The Mary Ann Remick Leadership Program—a program in which participants earn their master’s degree in educational leadership.

About the Remick Leadership Program

The Remick Leadership Program develops transformational leaders to strengthen Catholic schools through intentional community, integrated spiritual development, and rigorous academic formation in a 25-month program that blends on-campus summer classes with applied online coursework during the academic year, optimizing the time and energy of practicing teachers and leaders.

Each summer, Remick Leaders complete courses on campus at Notre Dame in three central leadership domains – Instructional Leadership, Executive Management, and School Culture – that are focused to provide the tools and knowledge necessary to become transformational Catholic school leaders.  During the academic year, the online coursework is geared to put this content into best practice, as participants apply the skills and knowledge to real-life situation as leaders in their schools.

Upon completion of the program, participants earn a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from the University of Notre Dame and can be eligible for K-12 administrative licensure.

Which Seton Employees are Eligible? 

Requirements for consideration:

  • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
  • Full-time employment at a Seton Catholic school as of Fall 2024
  • Willingness to commit at least five years to Seton Catholic Schools
  • Dedication to the mission and shared values of Seton Catholic Schools
  • Aspirations of leadership at Seton Catholic Schools
  • Demonstrated commitment to excellence, professional development and willingness to coach colleagues

Admissions Timeline 2023-2024

October 1, 2023 – Application available

December 31, 2023 – Deadline to apply with $75 fee waiver

February 1, 2024 – Deadline to apply

February/March 2024 – Candidate interviews

April 1, 2024 – Notification letters sent

June 25, 2024 – Cohort ’23 Move-in and orientation (Summer session for Cohort ’23 will begin on Tuesday, June 25th and end on Thursday, July 25th.)

To learn more about the Remick Leadership Program, visit or email questions to Kirsten Brown at