IND selects new principal

Donohue to replace Seeley, who is retiring after 12 years in position

May 02, 2012|By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun

The Institute of Notre Dame, a 165-year-old private all-girls high school in the city, has selected Gail Donahue as its new principal, according to the school.

Donahue is currently the assistant principal of professional development of Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in Olney. She replaces Ann Seeley, who is retiring June 30 after 12 years as principal of IND, the school said.

Donahue, of Ellicott City, has taught in Catholic schools for 34 years. She holds a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Pennsylvania State University, a master's degree in reading from Trinity University, and is expected to earn a doctorate in educational leadership from Notre Dame of Maryland University — where she is also an associate faculty member — this month, IND said.

In its announcement of Donohue's selection, the school called her "a national authority on curriculum design, faculty development and Catholic education."

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