Maranatha High School Board of Trustees Announces New Head of School

Steve Sherman

The Board Trustees of Maranatha High School is pleased to announce that Dr. Steven Sherman has accepted an offer to become the next Head of School, beginning in the 2016-2017 school year. Dr. Sherman has spent over thirty years as a high school administrator, teacher, and coach. The last several years, Dr. Sherman has served as the Head of the Upper School for Rancho Solano Preparatory School in Scottsdale, Arizona. Dr. Sherman received his Master’s and Educational Doctorate degrees from Azusa Pacific University. He will begin his duties June 15, 2016.

Board Chair Mike Bollenbacher remarked, “We are thankful that God has called Steve to Maranatha, and we believe he is uniquely qualified to lead Maranatha at this time. He is a man of deep Biblical faith and a proven educational leader with exceptional experience, personal qualities, and a passion for high-quality evangelical Christian education.”

Celebrating its 50th Anniversary last year, Maranatha High School was founded in 1965 to establish a college preparatory high school predicated upon biblical principles and an uncompromising commitment to Jesus Christ. Maranatha encourages each student to develop an informed and personal faith in Jesus Christ. Students enjoy opportunities to participate in the fine arts, many athletic teams, as well as extensive AP courses. MHS graduates attend many high level colleges after graduation, including UCs, public institutions, and Christian colleges. For more information on Maranatha High School, visit or call (626) 817-4074.




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