IBSC Hawley-Jarvis Award
Recognize the faithful leadership and service of a colleague by nominating them for the 2024 IBSC Hawley-Jarvis Award. At the IBSC Annual Conference in July, we'll present this distinguished award to an employee of an IBSC member school. Submit your nomination by Friday, March 1, 2024.
In 1989, Dr. Richard Hawley, headmaster of University School (United States) in Cleveland, and Reverend Tony Jarvis, headmaster of the Roxbury Latin School (United States), met to discuss their mutual concerns about the future direction of boys’ schools. As a result they formed a group of similarly concerned leaders of boys’ schools to broaden the conversation and share ideas. Under their leadership the group founded the International Boys’ Schools Coalition (IBSC) in 1995, with the goal to celebrate the lives and education of boys. Both experienced school leaders and master teachers, Hawley and Jarvis embody the spirit of servant leadership that inspires IBSC's work. In 2015, the IBSC board of trustees created this award to honor those whose selfless service furthers best practice in boys’ education and the professional development of those who educate boys.
- The award will be given to an employee of an IBSC member school who has faithfully offered transformational service to IBSC for a period of at least two years.
- We seek to nominate and award those who serve in support roles rather than senior administrators.
- Selection: IBSC trustees will review three finalists among the nominees submitted by the IBSC membership at large and select the awardee for recognition at the IBSC Annual Conference.
Please contact Amy Ahart at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.