James Meredith

James Meredith has been named principal of Lansdale Catholic High School by Archbishop Nelson Pérez, according to a Aug. 18 announcement from the archdiocesan Office for Catholic Education. The appointment becomes effective Monday, Aug. 28.

Meredith assumes the role of school principal after serving as principal at Nazareth Academy High School since September 2018.

Meredith has 27 years of experience in Catholic education, including over 17 years in various leadership capacities.

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Prior to his time at Nazareth Academy High School, Meredith served as an Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Schools in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and in various administrative roles at Pope John Paul II High School and Archbishop Ryan High School.

Meredith graduated Cum Laude from DeSales University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Politics. He also earned a Master of Education Degree in Educational Leadership from Cabrini University.