Steve Miletto, principal of Osborne High School, has been named one of three finalists in the 2009 Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals ‘Principal of the Year’ program. Mr. Miletto has been at the helm of Osborne High since 2003. A former high school history teacher, Miletto has been in school administration since 1995 having served in Rockdale, Walton, and in Cobb. At Osborne, he has been instrumental in changing the culture of one of the most diverse student populations in Georgia. His accomplishments have gained recognition at both state and national levels.
The Principal of the Year recognition program is sponsored by MetLife and the National Association of Secondary School Principals. The Georgia winner will represent the state in the competition for National Principal of the Year. The Principal of the Year program recognizes principals that excel in educational leadership, resolving complex problems, developing self and others, and community service.
School administrators across Georgia, as well are extremely proud of three finalists. Melton Callahan, Executive Director of GASSP and Dr. Gerald Tirozzi, Executive Director of NASSP, also offer their commendation for these outstanding school principals who personify excellence in providing quality leadership to their school communities.