Benedictine High School

Mayor Frank G. Jackson and Chief of Education Monyka Price were joined by Father Michael Brunovsky, Benedictine Principal, and other school representatives for a visit and tour of Benedictine High School. During Mayor Jackson’s visit, he addressed 400 students about the importance of education, his leadership role as the City of Cleveland Mayor, and how city government works to help improve the quality of life for its citizens.

Established in 1927 by the Benedictine Monks of Cleveland, its role as an educational community is to model, educate and challenge each student to become a part of the tradition and spirit of St. Benedict. Benedictine is a community made up of enthusiastic young men who each strive academically, spiritually and physically to become a “Man of Benedictine.” Benedictine High School offers an exciting experience of growth and development for young men from Northeastern Ohio. 

William C. Rieter