The New York Post: New York City’s private school headmasters are raking in huge salaries

They are masters of the fat paycheck.

The headmasters of New York City’s toniest private schools are raking in salaries, bonuses and benefits up to $1 million — five times what the leaders of the city’s best public high schools get annually.

Many also get perks like free housing, housekeeping, or reimbursement for gym and country-club dues.

Topping the list of elite earners is Bruce Dennis, head of school at the Packer Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn, whose total 2016 compensation came to $1,002,643, including base pay of $702,450 and a $186,656 payout from his retirement plan, according to the school’s latest tax filing.

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