FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) The Fort Wayne – South Bend Diocese didn’t have to go very far to choose a principal to replace Mary Keefer as principal at Bishop Luers High School. Keefer announced her retirement in April.
Assistant principal Tiffany Albertson was chosen by Bishop Kevin Rhoades to become the school’s next principal. Albertson has served in that role in September of 2007.
“I am very grateful that Mrs. Tiffany Albertson has accepted the position of principal of Bishop Luers High School. She has been an excellent assistant principal at Luers and has great experience in secondary school education and leadership. I am especially impressed by Tiffany’s strong commitment to the Catholic identity and mission of Bishop Luers High School,” stated Bishop Rhoades.
Albertson holds a Bachelor of Science in biology secondary education from Saint Francis College in Fort Wayne. She has a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Indiana Wesleyan University and attained her principal licensure through Indiana Wesleyan University’s program.
She also served on the Huntington Catholic School Board, Christ Renews His Parish, was a youth group sponsor, was a member of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Huntington and Whitley Counties and held offices as secretary, vice president and president of the board. She was also a Huntington County Literacy Coalition volunteer. Albertson was a biology and chemistry teacher at Huntington North High School from 1998 through 2007 and biology and chemistry teacher at Bishop Dwenger High School from 1996 through 1998.