Catholic Central School names new president

Catholic Central School will be getting a new president come June 1.

The school announced Thursday that Michael Raiff has been selected as the new president, according to a release from the school.

“Mike joins Catholic Central having implemented highly successful leadership strategies in education as well as industry. Following a very successful career in industry, including building and operating facilities while growing sales volume, Mike devoted his time and talent to Catholic Education, and has experienced increasing responsibilities and numerous successes leading to the position of president,” said David Simonton, Chair of the Catholic Central Board of Trustees.

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Raiff recently worked as the Director of Development at Bishop Fenwick High School, which followed “successful stints” as both the Athletic Director and Director of Finance and Operations.

“He led targeted efforts to annually increase levels of non-tuition revenue. He also oversaw the effort to raise necessary resources to rebuild and enhance the campus and infrastructure of Bishop Fenwick,” the release said.

Raiff graduated from the University of Cincinnati, received his MBA from the University of Notre Dame, graduated from the Young Executives Institute of the University of North Carolina, and is a member of the Chaminade Julienne High School Athletic Hall of Fame, the release said.

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Raiff will start his new position on June 1.

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