Dan Larlham, a veteran Catholic school leader, educator and coach, was named to the new position of dean of students at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron.
Larlham, who will report to interim Principal Jim Tawney, is STVM’s director of service integration as well as a math teacher. Previously, he was dean of students and taught math at Walsh Jesuit High School, his alma mater. Larlham also was the head football coach at Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy after being an assistant coach at Walsh.
Meanwhile, STVM, which is continuing to rethink and rebuild its leadership team, said the search for its next president is underway. The process is led by a committee of the executive board. The search for the next principal will be starting soon and the search for an assistant principal also is underway. Amie Hale and Charmayne Polen, assistant principals, will be leaving STVM.
STVM is a four-year, co-educational, college preparatory, Marianist sponsored and STEM designated Catholic high school. It has been part of the Akron community for more than 125 years and has more than 17,000 alumni.
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