St. Anthony’s Principal to Receive National Award

Brother David Migliorino, principal of St. Anthony’s High School, has been named the recipient of the President’s Award by the National Catholic Educators Association.

The NCEA  chooses five people as leaders in Catholic education it identifies as modeling  “the characteristics that advance the mission of Catholic school education and display the significant virtues of faith, support, leadership and development that impact Catholic school education in the United States.”
Brother David will be honored at The President’s Dinner at this year’s NCEA convention in Pittsburgh on April 1.

 The NCEA is the largest organization for Catholic school administrators, teachers, staff and parents in the United States.  

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