William Langley retired in 2006 after 40 years in Catholic education. His last position was principal of Pope John XXIII Catholic School in Scottsdale, Arizona. He moved there in 1999 to open the new school, the first new Catholic school built in the Diocese of Phoenix in 30 years. He coached competitive math clubs as a way of keeping in touch with students and serving as chair at numerous school accreditation visits. While there, he watched the school expand to double classes at each grade level and complete the school's requirements for accreditation with the North Central Association. Previously he was principal of St. Viator School in Las Vegas as well as two schools in California.
1973 University of San Francisco, B.A.