Dear Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School community,
Welcome to the 2021-22 school year! I am honored and excited for the opportunity to serve as the new Principal of Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School. As Principal, I will seek to maintain BBHHS as a premier educational institution in Northeast Ohio while expanding available opportunities for students and staff. To accomplish this, our teachers and staff will pursue innovative approaches to improve our award-winning academic and co-curricular programs while honoring the strong traditions and educational heritage of BBHHS.
As a school community, we will embrace the commitment to Bee Your Best every single day. With the support of our dedicated staff, students will have the support necessary to challenge themselves, take ownership of their choices, and actively engage each task with purpose and determination.
We will focus on fostering connections to help us Bee One Community which respects and embraces our differences, grows through individual and collective contributions, and empowers individuals to make a difference in the lives of others.
Finally, we will seek to Bee the Future by acting with purpose on a daily basis and demonstrating persistence in achieving our goals. In doing so, we will leave a legacy, both individually and as a school community.
Kevin G. Jakub
Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School
Kevin Jakub, Principal
In August 2021, Mr. Jakub began his current role as Principal at Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School after serving as an Assistant Principal in the building during the previous two years. Prior to becoming a member of the BBHHS team, Mr. Jakub served as a building Principal at Buckeye High School in Medina and Independence Middle School. He also previously served as an Assistant Principal at Bay Middle School. Mr. Jakub spent his first year in school administration as an Administrative Intern at Normandy High School in Parma, where he began his education career as a U.S. Government and Advanced Economics teacher. An alumnus of Normandy High School, Mr. Jakub was inspired to become an educator by the strong example of his former science teacher, Mr. Comer, who set high standards and demonstrated compassion for students. As both an educator and school administrator, Mr. Jakub has a passion for working with kids and creating opportunities for them to succeed.
Mr. Jakub earned a Master’s of Science in Educational Leadership and completed the Principal’s Licensure program at Bowling Green State University. He also has completed the Superintendent Licensure Program at Cleveland State University. Mr. Jakub attended Ohio University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Integrated Social Studies. In addition to his educational career, Mr. Jakub serves as the Leadership Chair of the Northeast Ohio Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Student of the Year program.