Assumption High School Principal moving on after 23 years

Assumption High School Principal Sandy Dismas (pictured), who has worked at the Catholic school for 23 years, has submitted her resignation affective next week. According to AHS board chairperson Bruce Billimon, she told the board she decided to step down because she wants to do something different. Bilimon said if she changes her mind, she is welcome to stay at the school. Dismas started working at Assumption in 1988.

Assumption is one of only two private schools in the Marshall Islands that are United States-accredited, and Dismas has played a key role in preparing and then maintaining the school’s accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. She is set to leave her position August 2.

She has also served on the College of the Marshall Islands board of regents. Assumption is currently advertising to fill the soon-to-be-vacant principal post. We hope to have a principal as soon as possible to fill the vacancy,” said Billimon. “If not then we have two capable vice principals in Luke Roverove and Richard David as the acting principal.”

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