Meet the Principal
Welcome to Churchill High School.
My name is Kevin Etue and as the proud principal of Churchill High School, I look forward to meeting and serving all of our community members. As an educator who stems from a family of educators, I have enjoyed wonderful, meaningful, and impactful experiences in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (Charlotte, NC), Novi Community Schools, and my last 15 years with Livonia Public Schools. Whether it was teaching at Stevenson High School and The Livonia Career Technical Center, coaching football and girls’ basketball at Churchill High School, or working as an assistant principal at Churchill, I cherish the positive relationships with the staff, students, parents, and community alike.
Churchill is a place where we pride ourselves on strong partnerships between the home and school and where all staff members are committed to developing the whole child. Our expert staff continues their dedication in preparing your child for college and the next stages of life by instilling and enhancing our Livonia Public Schools’ Community with Character traits of mindfulness, empathy, grit, integrity, confidence, respect, responsibility, and reflection. Additionally, the special programs at Churchill High School; such as CAPA, MSC, Center, ASD, club offerings, and strong athletic, musical, and theatrical programs add to the comprehensive education your child can receive. It truly is a privilege and honor to be the principal of a school community that offers so much and is on the precipice of celebrating 50 years.
We are proud of our recently renovated building. These improvements include a state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center, improved classroom functionality (including lighting, built-in technology, and student seating), updated technology building-wide, and renovated athletic facilities. We are grateful to you, our community, for supporting this endeavor.
In addition to building strong relationships and establishing rigorous academic practices, it is important to make sure your child and you feel safe at school. If you ever have a question, comment, or concern, please do not hesitate to email or call me. Communication between the school and home is vital to your child’s success. I encourage you to reach out to your student’s teachers, counselor, assistant principal, or myself with any questions. I welcome you to stop by and see me the next time you are at Churchill.
With Charger Pride,