June 1, 2018 – Nativity Preparatory School in Boston has announced that Mr. Kyle Mullins has been named as the school’s next principal, effective starting the 2018-2019 academic year.
Previously, Mr. Mullins worked at Regis High School in New York City where held the dual role of a faculty member in the English Department and Academic Dean and Summer Coordinator for REACH (Recruiting Excellence in Academics for Catholic High Schools). REACH is a 3-year educational and leadership program serving middle school students from mostly low-income immigrant families.
“Kyle Mullins is an Ignatian educator. As a college student, young teacher, and then administrator, he has practiced being a Catholic gentleman of compassion, conscience, and competence,” said Fr. Mario Powell, SJ, director of the REACH Program at Regis and a Nativity Prep Trustee. “Kyle’s departure from Regis is a loss, but I am excited by how and what he will be able to give to countless Nativity students in the coming years.”
Nativity Preparatory School is an accredited, tuition-free, Jesuit middle school serving boys of all faiths from low-income families residing in Boston. Staffed by experienced teachers and dedicated volunteers, the school prepares students for success in high school, college, and beyond. Nativity’s academically challenging and highly structured environment helps students grow in a love for learning and an abiding sense of responsibility to their community. The school promotes the intellectual, spiritual, social, and physical growth that inspires boys to become men for others.
For more information on Nativity Prep, please visit www.nativityboston.org.