After a reported 25 years with the school, Christian Brothers College High School President Mike England resigned suddenly Sunday citing personal reasons, according to CBC director of communications Rob Staggenborg.
The school is located just off Highway 40 in Town and Country.
"The faculty was notifed on Sunday that he resigned for personal reasons," Staggenborg tells Patch. "As far as I know, no one really knew about it until the annoucement was made."
Staggenborg said school staff cannot release much information on the resignation because it's a personnel issue, but tells Patch it was all very unexpected. Parents then were notified by email Monday morning.
(Read email here in related story: Email Sent to CBC Parents About School President's Sudden Resignation)
"A lot of people were taken by shock. It was a very sudden situation," Staggenborg said Monday. "I think there's a lot of people who are speculating, but the fact is that he sent out a note he was resigning."
No word yet on who will replace England, but Staggenborg said the school's Vice President of Institutional Advancement Michael Jordan is now serving as interim president.
CBC President Mike England resigned from the position of President for personal reasons. Michael Jordan, the school's Vice President of Institutional Advancement and former school principal in the 1980s, will serve as Interim President, according to Brother Larry Schatz, Midwest Provincial. England, a 1983 graduate, served CBC for 25 years as teacher, coach, admissions director, administrator and President. The CBC community is grateful for his service, and wishes him the best in his future endeavors.