About + Leadership & Strategic Plan
Brother Ronald has served as president of St. Mary’s College of California, secretary general of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in Rome, president of the International Association of Lasallian Universities, which is a global consortium of 60 Lasallian institutions that promotes excellence in Catholic higher education, and member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU), a nationwide organization whose purpose is to promote and strengthen the mission and character of Catholic higher education in the United States and to serve as its collective voice.
Gary J. Cannon earned his BA from the University of Notre Dame and his Master of Divinity from the Jesuit School of Theology, and is currently pursuing his doctorate at the University of San Francisco’s Catholic Educational Leadership Program. Cannon first joined SHC in 1997 as an instructor of religious studies. In 2001, he served as assistant principal for student life and led the development implementation of a strategic plan in technology that enabled faculty to fully utilize and integrate technology into the curriculum. In 2011, he rose to principal and has fully embraced the challenges and satisfaction of this role.
Board of Regents
Chair Charles R. Love; Vice Chair Carol Wicklund Enright; Parents Association President Peggy Daley; Sandra Gulli, Steve Heath, Janet L. Holland ’77; Lisa Kala, PhD ’73; Denise Kent ’77; Sheila Kiernan; Sister Christina Maggi, DC; Eileen Malley ’77; Sister Frances Meyer, DC; Gerald Murphy; Mark Pardini ’88; Sister Sylvia Parks, DC; Rene Stephen Picazo ’90; Jeffrey P. Porter ’72; Kevin M. Ramirez, PhD ’65; Roman Rodriguez, MD ’68; James E. Ryan, Jr.; Ed Wang ’90; Brother Tom Westberg, FSC; Harold H. Wong ’77. Ex-Officio: Principal Gary Cannon; Director of Development Theresa Flynn Houghton ’96; Comptroller Wayne M. Henderson ’69; Director of School Advancement John Vigo ’81.
In order to fulfill and advance our Catholic, Lasallian Vincentian mission, SHC will achieve the following strategic objectives.
1. Strengthen and Promote a Culture of Excellence
- Implement a continuous improvement plan that includes all groups within the SHC community (board, administration, faculty, staff, maintenance, parent volunteers, departments, programs, etc.)
- Design and build a curriculum and learning infrastructure for the future that achieves educational excellence and innovation for all students
2. Build and Communicate a Powerful Brand
- Develop a marketing message and advertising campaign to effectively promote SHC
- Roll out new and consistent brand identity
- Engage and empower the whole community in promoting SHC as the finest education in the Bay Area
3. Ensure Financial Sustainability
- Increase revenues and develop alternative revenue streams beyond tuition
- Contain increase in overall costs to no more than increases in tuition
- Adopt best practices throughout the organization to achieve a higher level of efficiency and effectiveness