High School Athletic Director Resume Example

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Samuel Pastor

123 Fake Street
City, State, Zip Code
Cell: 000-000-0000
Email: email@email.com


Responsible High School Athletic Director who puts the health and needs of the students ahead of winning games. Adept at developing successful sports programs, creating policies that help students to balance sports and school and networking with colleges to help athletes move on. Specializes in urban and city-based high schools.


  • Has developed an extensive network of college athletic directors and coaches
  • Boasts one of the highest student athlete graduation percentages in the state
  • Works well with school board and administration
  • Strong background in sports medicine
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Believes that parents and athletes need to be active in a sports program for it to be successful

Work Experience

January 2011 to February 2015
Company Name – City, State
High School Athletic Director

  • Developed a successful football and basketball program that saw both win state championships.
  • Maintained a student athlete passing percentage of 91 percent with almost 30 percent of those students being honor students.
  • Recognized for academic achievements by the state and by the school board.

June 2006 to January 2011
Company Name – City, State
High School Athletic Director

  • Initialized an ice hockey program that soon became the envy of high schools throughout the state.
  • Developed a reputation for helping student athletes to get academic and sports scholarships to big colleges.
  • Part of an initiative that successfully raised funds to build a new football field.

June 2000 to June 2006
Company Name – City, State
High School Athletic Director

  • Developed a program that got parents more involved in student athlete activities.
  • Worked closely with administration to help salvage the school’s soccer and baseball programs.


2000 Utility College, City, State Bachelor of Science, Education