A Mount Kisco resident has been named as the new principal of Immaculate High School in Danbury, part of the Diocese of Bridgeport’s Catholic school system.
Frank Viteritti, who has over two decades of administrative experience in both Catholic and public schools, began working as Immaculate High School principal as of Monday, July 1, officials say.
Viteritti’s most recent position was as Associate Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of New York. With experience in both education and administration, Viteritti has served as Principal for three high schools while developing school improvement plans and innovative academics and extracurricular programs.
Dr. Steven Cheeseman, Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Bridgeport, described Viteritti as “a man of tremendous faith who is committed to ensuring that Immaculate students are provided an exemplary Catholic School experience.”
Viteritti was selected unanimously by a committee comprising Immaculate parents, staff and Advisory Board members who conducted a nationwide search.
“The Committee recognized that Mr. Viteritti’s energetic passion and proven dynamic leadership will further support our vision to enhance the opportunities afforded to our students,” said Mary Maloney, President of Immaculate High School. “I am very excited that Mr. Viteritti will be joining our community and am confident that he will build upon the strengths of our school.”
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