Parents & Students

Our vision at Benedictine High School is to develop young men in mind, body and spirit to become the future leader of their family, businesses and communities.

President’s Greeting
Frank Bossu ’67

Welcome to Benedictine High School! You and your son have made a great decision to become a Benedictine Bengal.

I want to take this opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Dr. Frank Bossu, and I am President of Benedictine High School. I look forward to meeting you and working together as your son spends the next four years at Benedictine!

I am a graduate of Benedictine but my time here began well before I was a freshman.  I joined my dad, Coach Augie Bossu, whom Bossu Field is named after, on campus for practice and games for as far back as I can remember.

After Benedictine I completed undergraduate studies at the University of Notre Dame and soon after received a Ph. D from Purdue University.  I’ve developed new products for P&G, raised two children of my own and taught and coached for 12 years at Benedictine.

On April 3, 2017 I was named the next President of Benedictine High School.  It is my honor and pleasure to work every day towards our mission to develop young men in mind, body and spirit to become the future leader of their family, businesses and communities.

At Benedictine, you will find like-minded families and many opportunities to join them in finding ways to help our community prosper.

I thank you for trusting us to partner with you in your son’s development.  Please let me know if I can assist you in any way.

Go Bengals!

Dr. Frank Bossu ‘67
bossu@cbhs.edu


Principal’s Greeting
Sue Zulandt

Hello and welcome to the Home of Champions!

My name is Mrs. Sue Zulandt and I am the principal of Benedictine High School.  My husband, Bob Zulandt, is an attorney in Chardon, Ohio, where we live. Our connection to Benedictine High School began in 1987, thirty years ago, when my first son arrived.  We had six sons graduate from Benedictine, my first in 1991 and my last in 2009. All of them are successful and I credit this school and the Benedictine Order for their successes.

Personally, I have been involved in education for many years.  I received my Bachelor of Arts Degree from Westminster College, my Master of Education Degree in Reading from John Carroll University and my Masters in Administration from Grand Canyon University. I have taught all levels from Kindergarten through college, and each level provided unforgettable experiences. However, without a doubt, I find my present job the most challenging and enjoyable.  Watching and helping students grow from boys into independent young men is extremely gratifying.  We pride ourselves in providing important knowledge, valuable experiences, and significant life lessons, for our students as they pass through their four years at Benedictine High School.

Benedictine High School offers opportunities and experiences that last a life time.  In addition, our teachers and staff are always willing to help students in any way they can.  They invest their time and talent into the development of all our young men.  Please take the time and effort while you are here to expand your horizons.  Join clubs, participate in sports, volunteer, and be an integral part of Benedictine’s Priory System. Remember, this year is the year YOU will walk through the doors as Men of Benedictine.  We are counting on you to be awesome ambassadors of the Benedictine tradition.

I look forward to meeting each and every one of you and parents as well.  My door is always open.

May God Bless & Go Bengals!

Mrs. Sue Zulandt
216-421-2080 ext. 324
zulandt@cbhs.edu