As a Vice Principal in the USA, you can expect to earn on average $80,538 per year or $38.72 per hour.Those in the bottom 10 percent make under $38,000 a year, and the top 10 percent make over $169,000.The best states for high paying Vice Principal jobs are New Jersey, California, New York, Maryland, and Nebraska.Most Vice Principals spend 3.9 years in the position.
Vice Principals can expect good job security. Some industries pay higher than others.Vice Principals at San Diego Unified School District and Kansas City Kansas Public Schools report the highest salaries.Companies like Mount Carmel Academy and Montgomery Township School District also pay high salaries to their Vice Principals.
Across America, Vice Principals make on average $80,538 annually or $38.72 hourly.Vice Principals make the most in Pleasanton, CA at about $155,204 per year.Even as an entry-level Vice Principal, you will make $93,000 per year in Pleasanton, CA.New Jersey, California, New York, Maryland, and Nebraska are the highest paying states.Louisiana, West Virginia, Idaho, Florida, and North Carolina are the lowest earners.
Vice Principal salaries can vary depending on the industry.By looking at our data, we can see that Energy companies, Health Care companies, and Telecommunication companies pay their Vice Principals well.Energy companies pay their Vice Principals the highest wages, averaging $94,961 per year. Health Care companies and Telecommunication companies pay well too, at $86,535 and $86,323, respectively.At $72,009, the average salary for Vice Principals in the Professional industry is lower than other industries.