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Leadership

Meet the Leaders of St. John Bosco High School

St. John Bosco High School is led by an incredible team of educators dedicated to creating a home that welcomes, a school that educates the heart and mind, a church that nurtures faith, and a playground that celebrates life. It is with this vision that our leadership team guides our school community, propelling St. John Bosco High School forward as we continue to strive for innovation and excellence in all that we do.

Executive Leadership

Ernest Antonelli

Ernest Antonelli

Titles: Principal
Fr. Mike Gergen

Fr. Mike Gergen

Titles: Director
Melanie Marcaurel

Melanie Marcaurel

Titles: Chief Financial Officer
Dr. Brian Wickstrom

Dr. Brian Wickstrom

Titles: President, Chief Executive Officer

Senior Leadership

Vince Brown

Vince Brown

Titles: Director of Athletics
Michael Crawford

Michael Crawford

Titles: Dean of Admissions
Paul Diaz

Paul Diaz

Class of 1984
Titles: Director of Facilities, Varsity Football Defensive Line Coach
Becky Ellison

Becky Ellison

Titles: Dean of Enrollment Management
Mayra Fernandez

Mayra Fernandez

Titles: Director of Student Activities, World Languages Instructor
Derrick Fernando

Derrick Fernando

Class of 2000
Titles: Assistant Principal of Academic Affairs, English Instructor
Diane Gihring

Diane Gihring

Titles: Director of SJB Global
Elizabeth Hunt

Elizabeth Hunt

Titles: Dean of Academics, World Languages Instructor, Sophomore Class Moderator
Amy Krisch

Amy Krisch

Titles: Director of Special Events and Alumni Relations, Head Golf Coach
Robert Linares

Robert Linares

Titles: Vice Principal of Student Conduct
Megan Nash

Megan Nash

Titles: Director of Marketing & Communications
Jen Schnorr

Jen Schnorr

Titles: Vice Principal of Student Affairs
Basil Totah

Basil Totah

Class of 1985
Titles: Lead Counselor

Members of the Corporation

The Salesian Family is a spiritual movement in the Catholic Church. It brings together all of the groups which share Don Bosco's mission to youth and work in his spirit. Don Bosco himself founded the Salesian Society, the Salesian Sisters, the Cooperators and Past Pupils. Since then, over 20 groups have been added to the Salesian Family.

Together, they are signs and bearers of the love of the Father, made known by Jesus in the power of the Spirit, for young people the world over. Their role at St. John Bosco High School is to preserve the school’s mission and tradition as prescribed by John Bosco.