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Grover Cleveland High School
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Grover Cleveland High School
Address
110 Fourteenth Street
Lower West Side/Allentown
Buffalo, New York, Erie County, 14213
United States
Information
Type Public, Coeducational
Established 1931
Status Defunct
Closed 2011
School district Buffalo Public Schools
School number 202
Grades 9-12
Campus Urban
Mascot Presidents
Website

Grover Cleveland High School was a high school located in Buffalo, New York, USA. It generally housed 274 students from Grades 9 - 12 and teaches according to the Board of Regents. Currently, the school houses the International Preparatory School at Grover Cleveland.

History Edit

Grover Cleveland was originally constructed in 1913 as the home to Buffalo State College, then known as Buffalo Teacher's School. In 1931, Grover Cleveland High School was formed as a school serving the Lower West Side of Buffalo. As schools became integrated, the school became notorious for a large upswing in gang-related activity and violence. Enrollment began to drop until the Grover Cleveland High School's closure in July 2011. The building still stands and houses multiple programs for the Buffalo Public Schools.

Former principals Edit

Previous assignment and reasons for departure listed in parentheses

  • Mr. Charles A. Kennedy–1931-1951 (Vice Principal - East High School, retired)
  • Mr. John F. Devine–1951-1962 (Vice Principal - Grover Cleveland High School, unknown)
  • Mr. Martin O'Donnell–1962-1967, 1968-1970
  • Dr. John A. Demerly [interim]–1967-1968 (Assistant Principal - Grover Cleveland High School, unknown)
  • Mr. Daniel M. Kublitz [interim]–1970-1972 (Assistant Principal - Grover Cleveland High School, named Assistant Principal of Bennett High School)
  • Mr. Ronald J. Meer–1972-1975
  • Mr. John E. Ward–1975-1979
  • Mr. Rocco A. Lamparelli–1979-1985 (Supervising Principal - South Buffalo Public Schools, named Acting Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education for Buffalo Public Schools)
  • Mr. John Davis–1985-1989
  • Mr. Benjamin L. Randle–1989-2004 (Principal - Buffalo Alternative High School, retired)
  • Mr. Kevin J. Eberle–2004-2007, 2010-2011 (Principal - West Seneca West High School, named Principal of International Prep at Grover Cleveland)
  • Dr. Casey Young Welch–2007-2010 (Assistant Principal - Stanley M. Makowski Early Childhood Center, named Principal of Academy School @ 44)

Selected former assistant principals Edit

Previous assignment and reasons for departure listed in parentheses

Selected former administrators Edit

References Edit

  1. Jon G. Lyon, Retired Buffalo School Principal. (2011, September 28). The Buffalo News.

External linksEdit

Year Superintendent Principal Asst. Principal Asst. Principal Asst. Principal Asst. Principal
1931-1932 Charlie Kennedy Thomas McDonnel Connie Moore Amelia Lamantia Tom Carvetti
1932-1933 Charlie Kennedy Thomas McDonnel Connie Moore Amelia Lamantia Tom Carvetti
1933-1934 Charlie Kennedy Thomas McDonnel Connie Moore Amelia Lamantia Tom Carvetti
1934-1935 Charlie Kennedy Thomas McDonnel Connie Moore Amelia Lamantia Tom Carvetti
1935-1936 Charlie Kennedy Thomas McDonnel Connie Moore Amelia Lamantia Tom Carvetti
1936-1937 Charlie Kennedy Thomas McDonnel Connie Moore Amelia Lamantia Tom Carvetti
1937-1938 Charlie Kennedy Randy Lindeman Connie Moore Amelia Lamantia Tom Carvetti
1938-1939 Charlie Kennedy Randy Lindeman Connie Moore Amelia Lamantia Tom Carvetti
1967-1968 Marty O'Donnel Lou Gitlin
1970-1971 Dan Kublitz* E.J. Saia Dan Manley*
1971-1972 Dan Kublitz* E.J. Saia Dan Manley*
1972-1973 Ron Meer E.J. Saia Dan Manley
1990-1991 Albert Thompson Ben Randle Sharon Lanza Ray Perrault
1991-1992 Albert Thompson Ben Randle Sharon Lanza Ray Perrault
1992-1993 Albert Thompson Ben Randle Sharon Lanza Ray Perrault
1993-1994 Albert Thompson Ben Randle Sharon Lanza
1996-1997 Jim Harris Ben Randle Jon Lyon
1999-2000 Jim Harris Ben Randle Eileen Czarnecki
2000-2001 Marion Canedo Ben Randle Eileen Czarnecki Albert Ventresca
2001-2002 Marion Canedo Ben Randle Naomi Cerre Albert Ventresca
2002-2003 Marion Canedo Ben Randle Naomi Cerre Carlos Villaroel Wendy Richards
2003-2004 Marion Canedo Ben Randle Naomi Cerre Mary Craig Wendy Richards
2004-2005 Yvonne Hargrave Kevin Eberle Naomi Cerre Jose Rivera Wendy Richards Eileen Czarencki
2005-2006 James Williams Kevin Eberle Jose Rivera Wendy Richards
2006-2007 James Williams Kevin Eberle Jose Rivera Wendy Richards
2007-2008 James Williams Casey Young Jose Rivera Wendy Richards Rafael Mercado
2008-2009 James Williams Casey Young Rafael Mercado Denise Houston
2009-2010 James Williams Casey Young Rafael Mercado
2010-2011 James Williams Kevin Eberle

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