Student success is at the center of all we do.

Teachers and administrators take a look at national trends and academic outcome data to help keep our programs current and responsive to the demands of students and the needs of the global community. Project Lead the Way through CJ STEMM is an example of a newer curriculum initiative that brings the hands-on experience of science, technology, engineering, math and medicine into our classrooms. The data is used to evaluate and strengthen curriculum based on what is taught, learned and assessed.
Whether you are a student who wishes to apply to the Ivy League or one who needs extra academic assistance in transitioning into a college prep curriculum, CJ teachers and staff will work with you to succeed. If you enter CJ with a strong commitment to your educational goals and a willingness to work hard, CJ is the place for you to learn how to soar.
While students can obtain all the necessary credits for graduation during the normal course of their high school careers, many students want the opportunity to take more electives such as four years of performing and visual arts, Project Lead the Way classes, four years of a foreign language, etc. With all of the necessary graduation requirements, participating in these extra electives can be difficult. However, there are several options that you and your child can explore as you plan for your child’s next school year. Learn more through our Academic Resources tab.

Educational Leadership Team

List of 5 members.

  • Gregory Mueller 

    Principal
    x 219
    University of Dayton - Bachelors of Science
    University of Dayton - Masters in Science
  • Steve Fuchs 

    Assistant Principal
    x 205
    University of Dayton - Bachelor of Arts
    University of Dayton - Master of Science
  • Kelli Kinnear 

    Director of Ministry and Service
    x 209
  • Patrick Rizer 

    Director of Student Services
    x 226
  • Anthony Turner 

    Athletic Director
    x 233