Mrs. Llewellyn earned her BS in Secondary Mathematics Education from Temple University in 1995. Mrs. Llewellyn immediately began her teaching career at Cinnaminson High School in the mathematics department, teaching a variety of levels and subjects from BSIP Math to AP Calculus. Throughout her teaching career, Mrs. Llewellyn served as the Varsity Girls’ Soccer Coach and the JV Girls’ Lacrosse Coach. Mrs. Llewellyn also served as the Treasurer of the Cinnaminson Education Association. In addition, Mrs. Llewellyn was named Cinnaminson High School’s 2002 Teacher of the Year.
After completing her M.S. in Educational Administration and Curriculum Supervision in 2002 from Saint Joseph’s University, Mrs. Llewellyn was appointed the Cinnaminson High School Assistant Principal. In this position, Mrs. Llewellyn has served as the Chairman of the Middle States Steering Committee for the high school and as a member the District Professional Development Committee. Mrs. Llewellyn served as the Assistant Principal until February 2009, when she was appointed as the Interim Principal. In June 2009, Mrs. Llewellyn was officially appointed the Principal of Cinnaminson High School.
While not dedicating her time to her Cinnaminson family - the students and staff of CHS, Mrs. Llewellyn is devoted to her other family - her husband and two young children.
Mr. Gorman earned his B.A. in Psychology from Rutgers University, Camden Campus, in 1999. He received his Ed. M. in Educational Administration from Rutgers Graduate School of Education in 2010.
Prior to coming to CHS, Mr. Gorman tried various educational hats. He worked as a middle-school social studies and math teacher, a computer technology teacher at a private alternative high school for emotionally disturbed adolescents, and a science and building trades teacher at an in-district special education school. Finally, in September of 2004, he found a home at Cinnaminson High School as a special education teacher. After teaching in the high school for seven years, he was appointed to his current position as the High School Assistant Principal in July of 2011.
Mr. Gorman lives in Camden County with his wife and three young children.