At the June 29 meeting, the Cuyahoga Heights Board of Education appointed Scott D. DeTray as the next principal of Cuyahoga Heights High School/Middle School. DeTray’s contract extends from August 1, 2022-July 31, 2025.
DeTray, who has 20 years in education, joins the district from Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School where he has been assistant principal since 2010. He also served as principal of Brecksville-Broadview Middle School from 2010-2013, and was a student liaison at Central Elementary School from 2010-2011. He taught integrated science at Brecksville-Broadview Heights Middle School from 2002 to 2007 and Advanced Placement and Academic Physics at the high school from 2007-2010. He earned Master Teacher Designation from the State of Ohio in 2010. He also has experience coaching football, wrestling, and track.
He has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Integrated Science (grades 7-12) from Kent State University, and Master of Education Degree in Educational Administration from Cleveland State University. DeTray is also a Doctoral Candidate in Urban Education at Cleveland State University.
"Scott brings with him a wealth of experience working with students with varying educational needs at both the middle school and high school levels,” said Superintendent Tom Evans. “His unique perspective as a collaborator, communicator, and educational leader will lend itself well to Cuyahoga Heights and we're excited to bring him on board."