EHOVE Career Center in Milan has announced that Michael Strohl of Sandusky will be joining the high school team in the role of principal on Aug. 1.
Originally from Clyde, Strohl earned a bachelor’s degree in secondary education at University of Toledo and a master’s degree in administration from Ashland University, where he also acquired his superintendent’s license and a master’s degree in educational leadership from Concordia University Chicago.
Strohl brings a variety of experience in education with him to the district. He started his career as a social studies teacher at Sandusky High School for two years, and next taught social studies at North Olmsted High School for eight years. He spent 10 years as the high school athletic director and assistant principal at Perkins High School. His last six years have been as the assistant principal at North Olmsted High School.
Crediting his longtime North Olmsted leadership of Supt. Dr. Mike Zalar (who is now with Tiffin City Schools), Associate Supt. Dr. Anne Pyros and Human Resources Director Jeff Stanton, Strohl says he was able to learn, grow and build relationships that he can bring to EHOVE.
“Working with EHOVE’s 16 partner school districts will help all of our students continue to grow and be ready for a career or college after high school,” he said.
Strohl will be taking over from current principal, Erika Beckman, who will become the district’s Assistant Superintendent.