University Communications

Alumnus Named Superintendent of Schools for Diocese of Wilmington

Immaculata University’s alumnus, Louis DeAngelo, Ed.D., ’03 of Havertown, PA, has been promoted to Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Wilmington, DE.  He had served as assistant superintendent since 2007.

DeAngelo earned his Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Immaculata University in 2003.  He also has a Master’s degree in Education from Temple University and a Bachelor’s in Secondary Social Studies from LaSalle University. During his lengthy career, he has served as a principal, teacher and college professor.  Before his appointment as assistant superintendent, he was director of curriculum and instruction (K-12) and staff development for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

“It is a privilege to serve the more than 11,000 students as Superintendent of Schools in the Diocese of Wilmington.  Faithful leadership from our Bishop, faith-filled families seeking quality Catholic education, and deeply committed administrators and teachers form the right combination in the diocese for the spiritual and academic growth of its youth,” commented Dr. DeAngelo on his new appointment.

Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive, coeducational institution of higher education, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.