Mr. Jon Pressimone

Principal, OLPH School

Mr. Pressimone’s unwavering dedication to Catholic education is evident in his impressive educational journey, having attended Catholic schools from grade school through graduate school. Since 2008, he has demonstrated excellence as both an administrator and educator. His most recent appointment was as the Assistant Principal of Student Life at Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria, VA, where he oversees students’ academic, spiritual, and personal development.

His extensive experience includes roles in the Archdiocese of Baltimore as a Theology teacher at Archbishop Curley High School, a youth ministry coordinator and teacher at Immaculate Conception Church and School, and a campus minister at Calvert Hall College High School. Mr. Pressimone’s diverse background and dedication to Catholic education make him the ideal leader for Our Lady of Perpetual Help School.

He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology from Mount St. Mary’s University and his Master of Arts degree in Catechesis and Evangelization from Franciscan University. Additionally, Mr. Pressimone graduated from the Principal Licensure Program at Notre Dame College in Ohio, passing the School Leaders Licensure Assessment.




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