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Archbishop Riordan is an urban Catholic high school owned by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco and sponsored by the Society of Mary, the Marianists, who are assisted by lay men and women. It is the responsibility of each educator—teacher, administrator, coach, and staff member—to understand, embrace and model the school’s mission and philosophy, and create a faith-filled and academically rigorous learning environment where students can reach their full potential.

If you have an interest in coaching a sport, or moderating a club, please feel free to include that information in your application.

Send general inquiries to Stacy Goyhenetche, Director of Human Resources, at

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The Archdiocese of San Francisco adheres to the following policy: “All employees of the Archdiocese of San Francisco and Department of Catholic Schools shall be employed without regard to race, color, sex, ethnic or national origin and will consider for employment, qualified applicants with criminal histories.” (Administrative Handbook #4111.4)

Jeff Isola

Jeff Isola Named Co-Chair of National AP Committee

Isola's passion for teaching and desire for professional development opportunities led to his appointment to the AP U.S. Government and Politics Development Committee, the body responsible for creating content for the test taken by more than 300,000 high school students each year. Students who take this and other rigorous AP courses can often earn college credit by successfully passing the exam.