Dear West Geauga High School Community,
My name is Victor Puskas and I will proudly be serving as your assistant principal for the upcoming school year. It is an honor to be in this position, and take my responsibility to heart. Whether it be academically, behaviorally, or socially emotionally, we will support ALL students on their unique path of growth and fulfillment. This work will be done collaboratively with our hard working staff, along with parents/guardians, to ensure each student achieves current and future success. I look forward to building relationships, establishing trust, and working together to make West Geauga High School the best it can possibly be for our students.
My hope is that all West Geauga students will become involved in one or more extracurricular activities. Our diverse array of activities and clubs provide opportunities for students to build healthy peer relationships, learn critical life skills, and pursue their passions. This is in alignment with our mission to provide a well rounded education for all students that allows each of them to reach their full potential.
Here at West Geauga High School we pride ourselves on maintaining high expectations for all. This includes our three core expectations of a West G Student:
Be Ready to Learn
These expectations apply to all students in all locations. This includes all areas on campus, to and from school, online/social media, in the community, and at opposing school venues. For more detail on student expectations, be sure to review the student code of conduct located within the Parent-Student Handbook on the high school website. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have questions, concerns, or feedback. Go Wolverines!
Mr. Puskas Biography
Mr. Puskas completed his undergraduate work at The Ohio State University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Biology. He then earned his Master of Education degree at John Carroll University. For the last seven years he has taught Biology, Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, and Physical Science at Chagrin Falls High School. He also served as head wrestling coach and assistant baseball coach. Most recently he earned his principal license through the Inspired Leaders program at Cleveland State University.