Holy Cross Educators

Hoban’s Holy Cross educators seek to transform each student from within. They are educators in the faith. They teach in order to nurture students to comprehend reality and take on life’s challenges with a moral perspective. Each adult in the building, regardless of position, is expected to support students in their academic, spiritual and character formation.

Hoban's Holy Cross educators are known for being caring mentors invested in helping students become the persons they hope to be. With decades of experience and wisdom, they take on a personal responsibility for students’ well-being and development and work to uphold the values taught to students at home.


Lunchtime Sessions (Bring your lunch to Room 226)

  • Sept. 14 (A & B)
  • Sept. 16 (C & D)
  • Oct. 14 (A & B)
  • Oct. 18 (C & D)
  • Nov. 16 (A & B)
  • Nov. 18 (C & D)
  • Dec. 7 (A & B)
  • Dec. 9 (C & D)


  • January 5 - Project HOPE food preparation day
  • March - Service Day
  • April - Hike 
  • TBD - Retreat

"The future depends on us. It is entirely in the education of the generation that is beginning."

—Blessed Basil Moreau, CSC,
Founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross 

The Teacher Coach Podcast


The Teacher Coach with TK Griffith and Scott Callaghan podcast explores the journeys of teachers and coaches in our lives.  TK Griffith ’89 is teacher and co-chair of the English department and Hoban's varsity boys basketball head coach. The newly-established podcast has invited many of Hoban's Holy Cross educators – Micah Kraus, Dan Clem, Jacki Windon, Dan DeCrane, Tim Tyrrell, Tom Heil, Hoban spring student-athlete captains and Mike Winkler along with many other teachers and coaches from across the state. 

All employees and volunteers who have contact with students undergo thorough screening, including background checks through the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation & Identification (BCI&I). For complete information on screening policies, see the revised Policy for the Safety of Children in Matters of Sexual Abuse, section 1.2 (p. 3)