Jude Beller '92
Mr. Tim Connolly ’83
Robert D. Goldsmith
Ms. Carolyn Jaworski
Rt. Rev. Michael Liebl, O.S.B. '68
Dr. Barbara Marchese, Ed.D.
Dr. Thomas McKnight, M.D.
Dr. David Peters, Ed.D.
(Head of School)
Rev. Stephen Plank, O.S.B. ('81)
Bro. August Schaefer, O.S.B.
Rev. Louis Sojka, O.S.B. '81
Dr. Pat Sullivan
Mark Theisen '68
Prior Richard Thell, O.S.B. 'SJSC
John Wagner '67
Rt. Rev. Raphael Walsh, O.S.B.
Emeritus, Bill Behrendt
Emeritus, Scott Gass ‘77
Emerita, Mary Kay Miller
Emerita, Peggy Sokol
Mount Michael Benedictine School is a Catholic college preparatory residential / day high school rooted in Benedictine values for young men committed to excellence. Students develop spiritually, intellectually, and socially through the comprehensive curriculum and communal experience to become future leaders.
Mount Michael is on solid financial footing and generating enough revenue to repay monies loaned from the monks' retirement funds
Mount Michael always embodies, and incorporates into the lives of each student attending Mount Michael, the Rule of Saint Benedict
Mount Michael's facilities are on par with peer institute facilities
Mount Michael's average standard achievement test results continue to be the highest among its peer institutes
The Board operates as a high performing, highly ethical team and is staffed by professionals who actively participate in, and contribute to, Mount Michael's success
The Board follows a strategic plan that is constantly reviewed and altered as the environment changes
Create Board and School operating policies
Carry out Mount Michael's mission of educating young men
Contribute to Mount Michael's bottom line by:
Contributing time and expertise
Identifying outside funding sources
Providing direct financial support
Attend and be prepared for board and committee meetings
Argue positions, not personalities
Share 'left hand column' thoughts
Avoid conflicts of interest
Communicate activities to appropriate leaders
Enhance Mount Michael's public image
Recruit other volunteer members