Barry J. Neuburger
I feel very blessed to be part of a Jesuit community with a legacy of incredible success. The greatness of a Jesuit education can be measured in the achievements of its alumni. Jesuit graduates throughout the world have established themselves as leaders and innovators in all walks of life.
Over the past three years, we have made significant strides in delivering content and developing a curriculum commensurate with the digital age. Our graduates leave us confident with the skills to compete in a rapidly changing world.
However, I feel the Jesuit experience is best defined in the student responses to the daily faith formation opportunities presented. Great energy is devoted to providing transformative learning experiences, and it is inspiring to witness our young men respond to the call; to become men of virtue, men of faith, and “Men for Others.”
Barry J. Neuburger was named principal of Jesuit High School in 2011. He is the fifth lay principal in the school’s 115-year history. Prior to accepting the position at Jesuit, Mr. Neuburger was the founder of Our Lady of the Hills Regional Catholic High School in Kerrville, Texas, where he served as principal from 2001–2011. He also served as principal of Jesuit High School of New Orleans from 1995–2001 and assistant principal for Archbishop Hannan High School in Meraux, La. from 1993–1995. In addition to his lengthy experience as a school administrator, Mr. Neuburger taught high school biology for 13 years.
A native of New Orleans, Mr. Neuburger holds Master’s degrees in Business Administration from the Florida Institute of Technology and in Educational Administration from the University of New Orleans.