La Salle High School announced today that Trish Miller has accepted the new Associate Principal position. As the Associate Principal, Trish's responsibilities will include developing systems that promote exceptional classroom instruction and academic achievement.

For the last four years, Trish has worked for the Cincinnati Public School District in instructional and leadership positions. She has taught mathematics and social sciences courses in both blended and traditional class settings. Most recently, she was selected to a steering committee to develop curriculum in mathematics and business departments.

"We could not be more pleased to have Trish Miller join La Salle High School as our new Associate Principal," says La Salle Principal Aaron Marshall. "Her diverse background in promoting exceptional classroom instruction and academic achievement will allow us to further excel the student experience in our school. I am excited for Trish's leadership and innovative approaches that transform learning for all students."

Prior to her education career, Trish worked in business for 20 years developing strategic planning, data analysis, staff development, community engagement and collaborative work environments.

Trish has a Masters of Education with a Secondary Education Concentration from Xavier University and a Masters of Education in Leadership from the University of Cincinnati. Her undergraduate degree is in Political Science from Northwestern University.

Trish will officially begin her position at La Salle this summer. She lives in Hyde Park with her husband, Howard, and four children Colton, Lauren, Jack and Aidan. They are parishioners at St. Mary Church, Hyde Park.

La Salle is located at 3091 North Bend Road in Green Township and has served students from the Greater Cincinnati area since 1960. The school website is Follow us on Twitter @LaSallePride and Facebook

MISSION: As a Catholic School in the Lasallian tradition, La Salle High School prepares young men to achieve their full potential in body, mind and spirit.

VISION: Students will be guided to live as disciples of Jesus Christ.