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Dan Soller Appointed New Head of School at Saint Thomas Aquinas High School in Dover

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FEBRUARY 18, 2020

Dan Soller Appointed New Head of School
at Saint Thomas Aquinas High School in Dover

(MANCHESTER, NH) – Mr. David A. Thibault, Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Manchester, announced today the appointment of Mr. Dan S. Soller as Saint Thomas Aquinas High School’s new Head of School. Mr. Soller’s appointment was effective February 1, 2020.

“After an eight-month national search for a Head of School, I am pleased to announce that we have found the right fit for the Saint Thomas community. Mr. Soller is a dynamic, faith-filled and inspiring leader and one of the most qualified Catholic educational leaders in the nation. We are extremely fortunate to have him lead Saint Thomas Aquinas High School into a new era, building on Saint Thomas’ 60-year tradition and Catholic foundation,” said Mr. Thibault.

“I am very honored and excited about this new opportunity at Saint Thomas Aquinas,” said Mr. Soller. “I believe that excellence both honors God and inspires people, and I have a passion for positive transformation by building on the past and working to improve in all areas. I cannot wait to see what the future holds for Saint Thomas Aquinas and I look forward to shaping that future.”

Mr. Soller comes to Saint Thomas Aquinas from the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, Indiana. As Chief Student Affairs Officer, he was responsible for shared institutional governance over many areas including Athletics, Campus Life, Campus Ministries, Counseling, Dining Services and Student Government.

Prior to his position at the University of Saint Francis, Mr. Soller was Special Assistant to the President and Director of Athletics at Saint John’s Catholic Preparatory School in Frederick, MD, and prior to that assignment spent more than a decade as the Executive Vice President of Mount Saint Mary’s University in Maryland. He will be relocating to New Hampshire with his wife, Jennifer, and their 13-year-old daughter, Addison.

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The Diocese of Manchester is the Roman Catholic Church in New Hampshire, serving the needs of nearly 235,000 Catholics. For more information, please visit www.catholicnh.org/overview.