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Elementary and Secondary School Administrators

Elementary and secondary school administrators oversee the daily activities in schools and provide instructional leadership. They're also known as principals. They establish educational standards and goals and set the policies and procedures that are necessary to achieve them. Elementary and secondary school administrators create academic programs, observe the educational progress of students and provide motivation to teachers and other school personnel.

Students meeting local and state academic requirements is a major objective of school principals. Part of the job includes preparing budgets and overseeing record keeping. They also oversee teachers, support staff, counselors, librarians and other personnel.

When the school has inadequate resources, school principals become advocates for school repairs and other issues. Due to the tightening of school budgets, some principals are involved with fundraising activities with the community and local businesses.

Some principals, with the assistance from community organizations, have developed programs to deal with drug and alcohol abuse, sexually transmitted diseases and crime. During the summer, principals typically spend some time with tasks such as making plans for the next year, managing summer school and supervising building improvements and repairs.

Responsibilities

  • Deal with parents and the community
  • Collaborate with teachers to set and maintain curriculum standards
  • Hire and evaluate teachers and other personnel
  • Set performance goals
  • Answer staffs' questions about procedures
  • Observe teaching methods in classrooms
  • Develop budgets
  • Examine learning materials
  • Prepare reports

Job Characteristics

Many elementary and secondary school administrators find working with students very rewarding. However, dealing with difficult children can be challenging. In addition, elementary and secondary school principals may have to attend after-school functions.

Due to spending time interacting with teachers, students and parents, good communication, interpersonal and motivational skills are important for the occupation. Having a solid foundation in leadership principles and practices is beneficial.

Employment Outlook

Employment of elementary and secondary school education administrators has been projected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to grow by 9 percent from 2008 to 2018 which is about as fast as average for all occupations. Employment opportunities may vary by regions of the country.

In 2008 the median annual wage for elementary and secondary school administrators was $83,880. The highest paid 10 percent earned more than $124,250. The salary of education administrators often depends on several factors such as the location and enrollment level of the school or the school district.

School principals may move up into superintendent jobs. Superintendents have opportunities to take jobs in larger school districts or in the state or federal government.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Typically, public school principals begin their careers as teachers. Some teachers go directly into a principal job, however some teachers first become assistant principals or acquire experience in administrative positions at the school or district level.

Usually, a master's degree in education administration or educational leadership is required for a school principal job. A number of school principals have earned a doctorate or a specialized degree in education administration. In private schools, the majority of principals have achieved a master's or a doctoral degree, however some private school principals have only a bachelor's degree.

Education administration degree programs typically provide courses in school leadership, school law, school finance and budgeting, research design and data analysis, curriculum development and evaluation, community relations and other subjects.

In most states principals are required to be licensed as school administrators. License requirements vary by state, however a master's degree or some other type of graduate level training is required by nearly all the states. In some states it's necessary for candidates for licensure to pass a test. In some states administrators must take continuing education courses in order to keep their license. Principals that work in private schools are not subject to state licensure requirements.

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Major Employers

The major employers are public schools and private schools.

Schools for Elementary And Secondary School Administrators are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Elementary and Secondary School Administrators

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Elementary and Secondary School Administrators jobs , as of 2015

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hoover 760 $81,500
Birmingham 760 $81,500
Huntsville 300 $77,130
Mobile 280 $77,280
Montgomery 230 $77,940
Tuscaloosa 140 $84,910
Decatur 120 $92,170
Dothan 110 $74,180
Foley 100 $73,990
Fairhope 100 $73,990
Daphne 100 $73,990
Opelika 90 $89,800
Auburn 90 $89,800
Anniston 80 $71,080
Oxford 80 $71,080
Jacksonville 80 $71,080
Gadsden 80 $77,370
Florence 80 $87,940
Muscle Shoals 80 $87,940
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 240 $117,030
Fairbanks N/A $137,680
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Scottsdale 2720 $78,960
Mesa 2720 $78,960
Phoenix 2720 $78,960
Tucson 660 $71,870
Prescott 130 $67,260
Flagstaff 130 $74,850
Lake Havasu City 120 $69,870
Kingman 120 $69,870
Yuma 120 $74,660
Douglas 90 $70,970
Sierra Vista 90 $70,970
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 510 $74,020
North Little Rock 510 $74,020
Little Rock 510 $74,020
Jonesboro 100 $74,720
Pine Bluff 100 $76,920
Hot Springs 80 $82,690
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Los Angeles 5730 $112,240
Anaheim 5730 $112,240
Long Beach 5730 $112,240
San Francisco 2500 $111,490
Oakland 2500 $111,490
Hayward 2500 $111,490
Ontario 1960 $113,270
San Bernardino 1960 $113,270
Riverside 1960 $113,270
Carlsbad 1510 $118,160
San Diego 1510 $118,160
Arden 1230 $107,410
Arcade 1230 $107,410
Roseville 1230 $107,410
Sacramento 1230 $107,410
Sunnyvale 1130 $117,800
Santa Clara 1130 $117,800
San Jose 1130 $117,800
Fresno 650 $110,630
Bakersfield 570 $94,010
Thousand Oaks 450 $110,090
Ventura 450 $110,090
Oxnard 450 $110,090
Stockton 430 $110,780
Lodi 430 $110,780
Porterville 300 $112,490
Visalia 300 $112,490
Santa Rosa 260 $91,940
Modesto 260 $114,120
Salinas 250 $114,280
Santa Barbara 240 $111,260
Santa Maria 240 $111,260
Santa Cruz 190 $101,180
Watsonville 190 $101,180
Merced 190 $109,920
Vallejo 180 $92,840
Fairfield 180 $92,840
Chico 130 $90,800
San Luis Obispo 120 $108,440
Arroyo Grande 120 $108,440
Paso Robles 120 $108,440
Napa 120 $113,650
Yuba City 110 $113,740
El Centro 100 $104,040
Redding 90 $105,350
Corcoran 90 $111,480
Hanford 90 $111,480
Madera 70 $102,580
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 2180 $88,950
Lakewood 2180 $88,950
Denver 2180 $88,950
Colorado Springs 670 $84,350
Boulder 290 $95,930
Fort Collins 220 $91,340
Greeley 200 $86,280
Pueblo 130 $84,520
Grand Junction 100 $84,860
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hartford 1140 $124,960
East Hartford 1140 $124,960
West Hartford 1140 $124,960
Bridgeport 990 $139,240
Norwalk 990 $139,240
Stamford 990 $139,240
New Haven 530 $125,260
Waterbury 230 $120,240
Danbury 140 $133,300
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Miami 1260 $102,510
West Palm Beach 1260 $102,510
Fort Lauderdale 1260 $102,510
St. Petersburg 650 $90,570
Clearwater 650 $90,570
Tampa 650 $90,570
Sanford 550 $89,500
Orlando 550 $89,500
Kissimmee 550 $89,500
Jacksonville 410 $87,410
Lakeland 180 $88,060
Winter Haven 180 $88,060
Tallahassee 160 $83,750
North Port 160 $92,360
Bradenton 160 $92,360
Sarasota 160 $92,360
Fort Myers 140 $99,090
Cape Coral 140 $99,090
Melbourne 130 $89,220
Palm Bay 130 $89,220
Titusville 130 $89,220
Daytona Beach 120 $84,660
Deltona 120 $84,660
Ormond Beach 120 $84,660
Brent 110 $86,010
Ferry Pass 110 $86,010
Pensacola 110 $86,010
Port St. Lucie 90 $98,910
Gainesville 80 $74,390
Destin 80 $97,190
Fort Walton Beach 80 $97,190
Crestview 80 $97,190
Immokalee 80 $99,110
Marco Island 80 $99,110
Naples 80 $99,110
Panama City 50 $75,900
Sebastian 40 $87,440
Vero Beach 40 $87,440
Punta Gorda 30 $99,400
Ocala N/A $72,330
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 4460 $85,900
Sandy Springs 4460 $85,900
Atlanta 4460 $85,900
Savannah 210 $83,920
Albany 180 $92,740
Macon 140 $86,400
Gainesville 120 $89,670
Dalton 110 $80,950
Clarke County 110 $89,900
Athens 110 $89,900
Warner Robins 110 $92,260
Valdosta 80 $72,010
Rome 60 $74,630
Brunswick 60 $94,060
Hinesville 50 $84,710
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 690 $83,930
Lahaina N/A $78,700
Wailuku N/A $78,700
Kahului N/A $78,700
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 360 $85,060
Idaho Falls 90 $73,400
Pocatello 40 $74,140
Coeur d'Alene N/A $80,540
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 370 $93,930
Peoria 350 $82,140
Champaign 170 $89,220
Urbana 170 $89,220
Bloomington 120 $86,420
Kankakee 120 $90,110
Decatur 110 $72,880
Carbondale 100 $84,100
Marion 100 $84,100
Danville 70 $77,820
Rockford N/A $93,240
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 1370 $88,840
Carmel 1370 $88,840
Indianapolis 1370 $88,840
Fort Wayne 430 $82,330
Lafayette 110 N/A
West Lafayette 110 N/A
Goshen 100 $82,290
Elkhart 100 $82,290
La Porte 90 $78,960
Michigan City 90 $78,960
Terre Haute 90 $80,350
Muncie 70 $77,350
Bloomington 60 $72,740
Columbus 60 $78,250
Kokomo 40 $76,810
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 590 $100,090
Des Moines 590 $100,090
Cedar Rapids 190 $101,850
Cedar Falls 120 $95,570
Waterloo 120 $95,570
Dubuque 100 $89,430
Iowa City 90 $99,690
Ames 30 $90,540
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 440 $79,830
Topeka 190 $84,880
Lawrence 60 $80,400
Manhattan 60 $83,680
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fayette 330 $89,000
Lexington 330 $89,000
Fort Knox 130 $84,310
Elizabethtown 130 $84,310
Bowling Green 110 $76,980
Owensboro 100 $86,560
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
New Orleans 1010 $77,000
Metairie 1010 $77,000
Baton Rouge 580 $74,940
Shreveport 380 $74,890
Bossier City 380 $74,890
Lafayette 300 $69,280
Monroe 170 $79,460
Alexandria 150 $63,220
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 300 $90,910
Portland 300 $90,910
Bangor 120 $76,920
Auburn 110 $76,650
Lewiston 110 $76,650
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 2820 $99,440
Towson 2820 $99,440
Columbia 2820 $99,440
Lexington Park 80 N/A
California 80 N/A
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 210 $99,740
New Bedford 170 $103,510
Leominster 140 $100,530
Gardner 140 $100,530
Pittsfield 80 $86,680
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Warren 2460 $100,010
Detroit 2460 $100,010
Dearborn 2460 $100,010
Wyoming 890 $85,080
Grand Rapids 890 $85,080
East Lansing 330 $88,250
Lansing 330 $88,250
Flint 240 $92,570
Portage 220 $85,300
Kalamazoo 220 $85,300
Ann Arbor 200 $94,290
Muskegon 110 $85,100
Saginaw 110 $86,260
Monroe 110 $89,870
Benton Harbor 100 $77,890
Niles 100 $77,890
Battle Creek 90 $86,790
Jackson 80 $86,420
Bay City 50 $100,180
Midland 40 $94,800
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 110 $92,440
St. Cloud 60 $98,160
North Mankato 50 $107,940
Mankato 50 $107,940
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 460 $67,110
Gulfport 260 $78,820
Pascagoula 260 $78,820
Biloxi 260 $78,820
Hattiesburg 120 $71,040
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 290 $87,870
Jefferson City 150 N/A
Joplin 140 $73,390
Columbia 100 N/A
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 120 $79,510
Missoula 70 $90,730
Great Falls 40 $80,510
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 200 $96,240
Grand Island 90 $94,710
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 1160 $89,220
Henderson 1160 $89,220
Las Vegas 1160 $89,220
Reno 290 $92,560
Carson City 40 $89,160
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 150 $83,100
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 460 $126,950
Atlantic City 250 $117,870
Hammonton 250 $117,870
Vineland 190 $113,860
Bridgeton 190 $113,860
Ocean City 100 $112,850
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 630 $75,990
Las Cruces 200 $86,340
Santa Fe 160 $69,400
Farmington 90 $85,600
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 1040 $97,890
Niagara Falls 1000 $92,260
Cheektowaga 1000 $92,260
Buffalo 1000 $92,260
Albany 580 $100,520
Schenectady 580 $100,520
Troy 580 $100,520
Syracuse 510 $89,740
Utica 220 $92,910
Rome 220 $92,910
Binghamton 210 $89,510
Kingston 120 $116,400
Glens Falls 100 $98,720
Ithaca 80 $86,440
Fort Drum 60 $89,040
Watertown 60 $89,040
Elmira 50 $90,610
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 1030 $71,370
High Point 660 $68,520
Greensboro 660 $68,520
Durham 540 $70,930
Chapel Hill 540 $70,930
Winston 440 $61,050
Salem 440 $61,050
Asheville 310 $61,020
Fayetteville 280 $55,190
Lenoir 260 $57,620
Morganton 260 $57,620
Hickory 260 $57,620
Wilmington 220 $59,110
Greenville 160 $67,610
Burlington 150 $68,210
Rocky Mount 120 $60,130
New Bern 90 $59,910
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 90 $101,260
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Elyria 1990 $85,580
Cleveland 1990 $85,580
Columbus 1550 $89,560
Dayton 580 $90,720
Akron 530 $87,700
Toledo 420 $79,900
Canton 300 $87,140
Massillon 300 $87,140
Mansfield 100 $79,530
Springfield 100 $80,940
Lima 60 $86,270
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 890 $69,930
Tulsa 760 $74,080
Lawton 90 $67,270
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salem 280 $100,680
Eugene 250 $95,110
Medford 140 $91,360
Redmond 140 $103,750
Bend 140 $103,750
Albany 90 $96,490
Grants Pass 80 $92,700
Corvallis N/A $96,410
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 1310 $96,500
Carlisle 340 $94,010
Harrisburg 340 $94,010
Hanover 290 $94,780
York 290 $94,780
Reading 260 $95,980
Wilkes 250 $91,580
Barre 250 $91,580
Hazleton 250 $91,580
Scranton 250 $91,580
Erie 180 $87,880
Johnstown 180 $88,200
Altoona 90 $90,020
Williamsport 90 $90,510
State College 80 $85,200
Lebanon 80 $94,680
East Stroudsburg 70 $95,170
Bloomsburg 60 $87,840
Berwick 60 $87,840
Waynesboro 50 $87,460
Chambersburg 50 $87,460
Gettysburg 50 $89,160
Lancaster N/A $86,630
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Ponce 180 $49,860
Isabela 150 $49,830
Aguadilla 150 $49,830
San Germ�n 60 $46,740
Guayama 50 $50,960
Mayag�ez 30 $45,340
Caguas N/A $49,030
Carolina N/A $49,030
San Juan N/A $49,030
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbia 750 $83,970
Anderson 600 $78,500
Mauldin 600 $78,500
Greenville 600 $78,500
Charleston 540 $82,350
North Charleston 540 $82,350
Spartanburg 340 $84,700
Bluffton 170 $80,040
Beaufort 170 $80,040
Hilton Head Island 170 $80,040
Florence 160 $75,720
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 130 $94,900
Rapid City 80 $84,770
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 1500 $77,620
Franklin 1500 $77,620
Davidson 1500 $77,620
Nashville 1500 $77,620
Knoxville 700 $75,250
Johnson City 130 $66,660
Jackson 130 $69,650
Morristown 80 $70,070
Cleveland 70 $76,960
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Worth 6170 $80,090
Dallas 6170 $80,090
Arlington 6170 $80,090
The Woodlands 5300 $80,070
Houston 5300 $80,070
Sugar Land 5300 $80,070
San Antonio 2080 $77,500
New Braunfels 2080 $77,500
Austin 1610 $75,440
Round Rock 1610 $75,440
Mission 840 $81,400
Edinburg 840 $81,400
McAllen 840 $81,400
El Paso 710 $78,770
Brownsville 430 $70,550
Harlingen 430 $70,550
Corpus Christi 420 $78,560
Killeen 390 $72,750
Temple 390 $72,750
Beaumont 310 $71,550
Port Arthur 310 $71,550
Lubbock 290 $77,130
Waco 270 $72,500
Laredo 270 $77,000
Amarillo 240 $70,450
Longview 240 $74,040
Tyler 210 $71,510
College Station 190 $72,280
Bryan 190 $72,280
Abilene 130 $71,030
Wichita Falls 120 $69,680
Odessa 110 $73,100
Sherman 100 $73,970
Denison 100 $73,970
San Angelo 90 $66,720
Victoria 90 $70,730
Midland 70 $77,540
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 750 $87,870
Clearfield 380 $88,800
Ogden 380 $88,800
Provo 300 $86,830
Orem 300 $86,830
St. George 60 $79,940
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 190 $98,530
Burlington 190 $98,530
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 950 $83,760
Roanoke 300 $81,300
Charlottesville 220 $80,340
Lynchburg 140 $74,290
Harrisonburg 110 $79,890
Waynesboro 90 $76,360
Staunton 90 $76,360
Christiansburg 80 $73,120
Blacksburg 80 $73,120
Radford 80 $73,120
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bellevue 2180 $113,770
Tacoma 2180 $113,770
Seattle 2180 $113,770
Spokane Valley 290 $106,650
Spokane 290 $106,650
Yakima 250 $97,320
Kennewick 220 $99,180
Richland 220 $99,180
Tumwater 190 $106,380
Olympia 190 $106,380
Bremerton 150 $113,190
Silverdale 150 $113,190
Bellingham 130 $107,700
Wenatchee 90 $103,890
Mount Vernon 90 $104,780
Anacortes 90 $104,780
Longview 70 $100,900
Walla Walla 50 $99,530
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 270 $69,570
Beckley 100 $74,690
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Allis 1160 $100,040
Milwaukee 1160 $100,040
Waukesha 1160 $100,040
Madison 500 $90,930
Beloit 230 $96,330
Janesville 230 $96,330
Green Bay 220 $100,440
Appleton 180 $99,290
Racine 160 $90,250
Sheboygan 140 $87,830
Eau Claire 90 $92,520
Neenah 90 $97,680
Oshkosh 90 $97,680
Fond du Lac 70 $87,460
Wausau 70 $92,960

Career Stories (Job Profiles) for Elementary and Secondary School Administrators

To find out more about building a career as School Administrators, we spoke with professionals in the field across a variety of specialties. Learn about their experiences on the job, the steps they took to complete their education, and what it takes to excel in this industry. Click the link to see a story.

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Most Popular Industries for :
Elementary and Secondary School Administrators

Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Education 215,700 98% $83,910
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