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Purcell Marian Names Brian Meyer as New Athletic Director

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E. WALNUT HILLS – Purcell Marian High School announced the appointment of Mr. Brian Meyer as the new Athletic Director. Meyer joins Purcell Marian following five years as an athletic director with Cincinnati Public Schools, including two years at Clark Montessori High School, and three years at Western Hills. Meyer is also a graduate of LaSalle High School.

Mr. Meyer been recognized by a host of organizations for excellence in athletic administration, including the Ohio Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (OIAAA), the Southwest Ohio Athletic Directors Associaton (SWOADA), Cincinnati Public Schools, and the Ohio High School Boys Volleyball Association, Southwest District.

“I’m thrilled to welcome Brian on board,” says Principal Andy Farfsing. “Brian is a builder, and I am and greatly looking forward to the opportunity to see him put his impressive skills and personal touch to work for Purcell Marian student athletes.”

Purcell Marian High School is a Catholic co-ed, comprehensive secondary school of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Bound by a legacy built on longevity and family spirit, the Purcell Marian Family of Schools is a truly unique community of nearly 20,000 collective alumni from St. Mary, Regina, Marian, Purcell and Purcell Marian High Schools.

Now in its 90th year on Hackberry Street in East Walnut Hills, the school celebrates the culmination of the four single-gender schools now known as Purcell Marian High School. Founded on the principles of the Society of Mary (Marianists) and the Sisters of Charity, Purcell Marian offers a uniquely diverse approach that welcomes students from all walks of life. Visit http://www.purcellmarian.org or call 513/751-1230 for more information.

Purcell Marian High School (Courtesy Photo)
Purcell Marian High School (Courtesy Photo)
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