Photo by James A. McBride
Steven Hogan, principal of St. Rose of Lima School, Haddon Heights, is the Diocese of Camden’s Principal of the Year. He is pictured with, from left, Father E. Joseph Byerley, pastor, Mary Boyle, superintendent of schools, and Father Thanh Q. Pham, parochial vicar.
HADDON HEIGHTS — On Friday, June 4, St. Rose of Lima, principal Steven Hogan was presented with the Diocese of Camden’s Principal of the Year Award.
After First Friday liturgy at the school, Hogan was presented with an icon of Christ the Teacher.
Hogan, who has been principal of the school since 2004, “has done much to invigorate the Catholic identity of the school,” remarked Mary Boyle, superintendent of schools.
“All of (his) effort in continuing and enhancing Catholic identity are in tandem with his profound commitment to academic excellence. He encourages partnerships and collaboration with parents and family.”
Hogan has a master’s degree in school administration and supervision from Seton Hall University, South Orange; a bachelor’s degree in English and world history from Buena Vista University, Storm Lake, Iowa; and a bachelor’s in theology and philosophy from Loyola University, Chicago.