The Caribbean School Board of Trustees is the governing and policy making body of the School within the corporation and its' members serve without remuneration. The Board of Trustees will be composed of not more than twelve members of which there will be nine elected Trustees serving three year terms, staggered so that three of their members are elected each year for a three-year term. Trustee members elected at the annual corporation meeting will take office on the first Board meeting in July. The Board of Trustees set and determine the tuition and school fees.
The Head of School, who is appointed by the Board of Trustees, acts as the chief executive of the school and is responsible for managing the institution on a daily basis. The Head of School reports directly to the Board and is an ex-officio, non-voting member of the Board.
The Comptroller is responsible for the financial management of the school. The Comptroller assists the Head of School in the preparation and administration of the annual budget, supervises personnel and business office procedures, prepares financial statements and reports and supervises purchasing for the entire school.
The Elementary School and the Middle and High School Principals, report to the Head of School and are responsible for the overall supervision of the academic, extracurricular and disciplinary programs. They also supervise and evaluate their faculty, prepare master schedules and plans, organize, and supervise all activities of their levels.
Middle and High School Academic Departments are made up of teachers who teach the same discipline.