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Maryland educator named Mid-Pacific high school principal

By Star-Advertiser staff


Thomas E. McManus, a school administrator in Maryland, has been named high school principal of Mid-Pacific Institute, Mid-Pac announced today.

McManus will arrive in July, the school said.

McManus is currently head of the Upper School at St. Paul's School in Brooklandville, Md. McManus will be accompanied by his wife, Micheline, who is head of the English Department at the Friends School of Baltimore. They have three children, ages 13, 10 and 5.

"I am honored and pleased to be joining the Mid-Pacific Institute community as the upper school principal," McManus said in a news release. "Mid-Pacific Institute is a dynamic and forward-looking school with deep roots and a tradition of caring, student-centered education."

McManus will lead the 840-student high school. Mid-Pacific is a pre-kindergarten and K-12 school with an enrollment of 1,550 students in Manoa Valley.

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