Posted by daddyo on April 17, 2018 at 18:22:10:
In Reply to: Re: Pay for head coaches at private schools? posted by Teacher vs Walk On on April 17, 2018 at 08:54:44:
: : : : : : I know head coaches at public schools make their stipend which usually isn't much.
: : : : : : I'm curious what a typical head coach at a private school gets paid?
: : : : : Depends at school most private schools aren't that much. At ours it has been $2500 for the last 15 years. This past season went up to 3000. Most of the money goes back into the program after taxes of course!
: : : : 20K if you are good.
: : : : 25K if you are bad.
: : : You get what you pay for, which is why private programs are superior over public.
: : True. Pay for those players' tuition, books, etc does get them better players.
: Even at private schools, the walk on coaches don't make that much (except usually football and boys basketball). As pointed out, you get a big advantage by getting better players through financial aid (different policy at each school) and usually better facilities.
: Now, where the private school coach can make the big money is if they are also a teacher, because extra money can we moved around on paper to get them more.
: For example, Camacho was a teacher at Alemany. He was taken care of. The coach at Oaks Christian is a walk on coach and only gets a stipend. Nygaard at Windward is also Associate Athletic Director, which is also another way to make sure she is compensated well.
What do they pay in the Trinity League?
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