“Do not have anxiety about the future. Leave everything in God’s hands for he will take care of you.” - St. John Baptiste de La Salle
Reflections on Catholic Education
Serving the community as an educator is not a job, but a vocation. There is no greater vocation in the Catholic Church than to teach the youth of our communities. Young adults educated in Catholic schools are separated from their peers in secular schools by the unique skills inherent within Catholic education. Catholic education strives to form the whole person; heart, soul and mind.
Mr. Christopher Whitty has over 25 years of experience in education. He has served as a science teacher, a coach and an administrator at both Catholic and public schools. He also has experience in the corporate world having served as an administrator in the medical field for over 20 years.
He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Framingham State University, a Master’s Degree in Leadership and Educational Management from Fitchburg State University and a Certificate of Advanced Leadership Studies from the LaSallian Institute of Graduate Theology and Ministry at LaSalle University. Mr. Whitty recently moved to New Hampshire with his wife so he could be closer to grandchildren.