Mr. Michael Lobuzzetta - High School Assistant Principal
Dear Cleveland Hill High School Family,
Cleveland Hill High School is a special place with a strong community. It is with the utmost confidence that the success of Cleveland Hill High School is due entirely to the people who fill the building every day—parents, teachers, staff, and students. It is with great humility and pride; I have the privilege to be a part of this family and serve as your assistant principal.
I hope that my beliefs in collaboration, trust in the staff, the power to unite, and shared decision-making will be apparent in our work. Experience has taught me that only by working together can meaningfully change and growth ever occur. For this reason, communication will be vital; conversations will require courage and transparency, which in doing so I hope will be open and honest about your personal views of both Cleveland Hill High School's areas of strength and its opportunities for improvement.
Cleveland Hill High School has a long, proud tradition of academic achievement. This community prides itself on working together, and I know that we will build upon this history. In the process, we will foster academic excellence, personal growth and create socially responsible students within a school culture that all stakeholders are enthusiastic about being a part of our school. I am incredibly honored to have the opportunity to be at Cleveland Hill High School and work with such a fantastic group of students, parents, and education professionals. I look forward with eager anticipation to the wonderful things that WE will be able to accomplish together.
“There’s No Place Like Home” I have had the pleasure of serving the Cleveland Hill Community for the last nine years. I have served as a Special Education Teacher in the High School and have been part of some amazing teams, committees, and initiatives at the High School level. I graduated with my undergraduate degree from Buffalo State College in Sociology. I worked in the Human Services field for three years before obtaining my Master’s in Special Education from D’Youville College. I worked at Gateway-Longview before accepting the position at Cleveland Hill in 2012.