LHS welcomes Brittany Buhrlage
Posted Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Loveland High School (LHS) welcomes Brittany Buhrlage as the newly named assistant principal. Buhralge has served students since beginning her career as a teacher at Lakota East High School in 2007. She moved into an administrative role serving as the assistant principal of Lakota West Freshman School in 2012. Buhrlage is a graduate of Bowling Green University (bachelor’s of education integrated science) and University of Cincinnati (master’s in educational leadership).
“Mrs. Buhrlage brings a wealth of instructional leadership knowledge to our administrative team at Loveland High School; while at Lakota East she was an integral part of rewriting the college prep physics curriculum to bring a greater challenge to the students,” said Chris Kloesz, LHS Principal. “We are excited for her to join our Tiger Family.”
“I am very excited for the opportunity to work and serve in the community in which my husband and I reside,” said Buhrlage. “I look forward to the years to come as part of the Tiger Family.”
Buhrlage replaces Molly Connaughton who left to serve as the middle school principal for the Mariemont City School District.