Ryan Gorman, Principal
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 became the assistant principal in July of 2011. Mr. Gorman served in that position for the next seven years before being named the acting principal in October of 2018.
Mr. Gorman lives in Camden County with his wife and three children.
Linda Rohrer, Interim Assistant Principal
"My 36 plus years in education has been a joy and path that I am still excited about today! I received my Teacher of the Handicapped and my Ed Adm degrees both from Rowan University. I started as a Special Education Teacher, followed by the second half of my career in education administration. After retiring as Cherokee High School's Principal in 2011 I began my new role as an Educational Consultant. Focusing on teaching I am a trainer for both the Danielson and McRel Evaluation models, a mentor for the NJL2L Program, and an outside evaluator for BCSSD, when I am not in a local school as an Interim Administrator. Workshops and Interim work has afforded me time to work with great teachers in more than 50 NJ schools, as well as time as a supervisor for the Juvenile Justice System. All in all, a career in education has brought me fulfillment and pride for all that we do!
My husband is a longtime Lenape SS teacher, and we are super proud parents to 4 grown kids. As soon as one of them makes me a grandmother I will unavailable for Interim work!!!"
Jason Meile Assistant Principal
Mr. Meile earned his B.S.E. from Millersville University, in 2003. In 2004-05, he started his career at Cinnaminson as a social studies teacher. During his time in the classroom, Mr. Meile taught five different subjects, was an advisor for three different clubs, coached three different sports at varioius levels including the boys varsity soccer team and was a class advisor for two graduating classes.
Mr. Meile received his masters in Educational Leadership from Delaware Valley University Graduate School in 2012. In January of 2018, Mr. Meile was hired as the school’s athletic director and assistant principal.
Mr. Meile currently lives in Burlington County with his wife and two young children.