March 6, 2015 — Two Cristo Rey Jesuit high schools, along with De Smet Jesuit High School in suburban St. Louis, have named new presidents.
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School – Twin Cities in Minneapolis has named Jeb Myers its third president effective immediately. Myers started at Cristo Rey Twin Cities in 2007 as a founding faculty member and assistant principal of academics. He went on to serve as principal and most recently as interim president.
A graduate of St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, Myers served students and their families in inner-city Camden, New Jersey, and on the Blackfeet Reservation in Browning, Montana, as teacher, coach and principal prior to his arrival at Cristo Rey Twin Cities.
At Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory School of Houston, Paul Posoli has been named the second president. Posoli has served as interim president since July 2014, filling in for the late founder and president, Jesuit Father TJ Martinez, who passed away in November 2014. Posoli, whose appointment is effective immediately, has been involved with the school as a volunteer, teacher and supporter.
Before taking the leadership role at Cristo Rey Jesuit College Prep, Posoli spent 20 years in the energy industry. He is a graduate of Jesuit High School in Tampa, Northwestern University and the University of Miami.
At De Smet Jesuit High School, Corey Quinn, a 1990 alumnus, will serve as the school’s seventh president beginning on July 1. Quinn will succeed Jesuit Father Walter Sidney, who has served as president since 2006.
Since 2008, Quinn has been president of De La Salle Middle School in St. Louis, a Catholic school that provides a faith-based education to low-income African-American students. Most of Quinn’s educational experiences have been in Jesuit schools, including De Smet Jesuit, where he taught senior theology, and Rockhurst High School in Kansas City, Missouri.
Quinn has a bachelor's degree from Miami University in Ohio and a master's degree and doctorate from Saint Louis University. [Sources: Central and Southern Province, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School - Twin Cities]