ISS Announces Future Leadership Change at Cayman International School
March 15, 2019
Dear CIS Community:
It is with mixed feelings that we report that Jeremy Moore, Head of Cayman International School (CIS), has been appointed as Head of School at American International School of Johannesburg beginning in the 2020-2021 school year. It is a testament to the strong work that Jeremy has done over the past decade at CIS that he was selected by such a leading international school.
“Jeremy has made an enormous difference to CIS over his long tenure at the school,” said Liz Duffy, International Schools Services (ISS) President and Chair of the CIS board. “Under his leadership, CIS more than doubled its enrollment and at the same time considerably strengthened its curricular and co-curricular offerings and its global reputation. Jeremy has also expertly overseen the design and development of two new buildings, a purpose-built early childhood center and high school which are on schedule to open in August 2019 and August 2020 respectively. Jeremy leaves the school very well positioned to attract another outstanding educator to lead the school in the next stage of its development.”
“We, members of the CIS community,” said Dave Randall, ISS Senior Leadership Executive, “have been blessed to have had the forward-thinking leadership of Jeremy for what will be ten years. What CIS will have accomplished in this decade is impressive. There is the obvious in terms of growth of enrollment and expansion of facilities. There are also the vast improvements of programs – both academic and co-curricular, increased professionalism of staff, development of a clear vision and mission, work with the CGC, successful reaccreditation, the enhanced profile of CIS in the Cayman Islands, and a host of other positive developments. Jeremy would be the first to tell you that this was a team effort and it surely has been. An enlightened leader is able to build and support the teams needed to accomplish all that CIS has accomplished in a relatively short period of time. Jeremy will leave a legacy at CIS and he will be missed. We wish him continued success in his career and are grateful for all he has done for our school.”
Jeremy commented, “The experience of leading Cayman International School and being involved with ISS has been deeply fulfilling and meaningful. In the past decade, I have poured my heart and soul into CIS, I will miss it immensely, and I will be forever grateful for my time there. The school is an extremely strong place, and it is well positioned to emerge as one of the premier international schools in the world.”
The CIS board will conduct a global search for Jeremy’s successor starting this spring. Details of the search process will follow shortly.
The CIS Board