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Rank I Teaching Certification Careers

What Can I Do With A Rank I Certification Program?

High School Teacher1

This Rank 1 program will give you the education, experience and certification you need to chart your own high school teaching career path. After all, with a projected 8 percent job growth rate according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there will be opportunities to explore. The average wage for high school teachers in 2017 was $59,170.

School Administrator2

Prepare for a leadership position within the field of public education with a different Rank 1 certifications, including School Principal. The BLS projects an 8 percent growth rate for elementary, middle and high school principals by 2026. And as of 2017, the median annual wage for school principals was $94,390.


Depending on the specific certification you pursue, your Rank 1 program can help you prepare for a number of careers in public, private and higher education, including:

  • School Principal
  • Director of Special Education
  • Director or Pupil Personnel
  • Supervisor of Instruction

$94,390 Median Annual Pay for Elementary, Middle, and High School Principals2

1High School Teachers
2Elementary, Middle, and High School Principals