Meet the Administration
Radnor High School
130 King of Prussia Road
Radnor, PA 19087
Mrs. Panayota "PT" Kevgas, Principal
Mrs. Kevgas is the Principal of Radnor High School. Before taking the helm of the school in June 2019, she was the RHS Assistant Principal of Academic Affairs since 2015. Mrs. Kevgas has served Radnor High School since January 2002 as a mathematics and biology teacher. In addition to her teaching duties, Mrs. Kevgas developed syllabi for Advanced Placement (AP) Biology and Honors Biology courses, developed and instituted the AP Biology curriculum, facilitated and led technology trainings for fellow teachers and was a member of the district's Strategic Planning Committee (2008-13) and its Schoology Advance Team (2013-14). Mrs. Kevgas also served as graduation coordinator for four years. Mrs. Kevgas earned a B.A. from Villanova University in 2000, a M.A. in Educational Leadership from Immaculata University in 2002 and a K-12 Principal Certification from Immaculata in 2014.
Mr. Ryan Buterbaugh, Assistant Principal
Ryan Buterbaugh joined RTSD in December 2015 from Colonial School District, where he served as a social studies teacher at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School for 12 years. In this role, Buterbaugh acted as a pilot teacher for the Pennyslvania Classrooms for the Future Grant Program, a development team member for new social studies curriculum and a mentor for new teachers in the social studies department. Prior to this position, Buterbaugh was a middle school teacher at Azalea Gardens Middle School in Norfolk, VA. Buterbaugh earned his undergraduate degree in secondary education from University of Pittsburgh and his masters in education administration from Temple University. He holds a Pennsylvania II Social Studies Teacher Certification and Pennsylvania Principal Certification.
Mrs. Keziah LaTorre, Assistant Principal
Mrs. LaTorre joined RHS from Cheltenham High School in July 2018. At CHS, she worked since 1996 as an English teacher, English department chair, freshman transition program coordinator, and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) coach. As an English teacher and English department chair, Mrs. LaTorre developed and aligned the English curriculum 9-12; developed, implemented, and maintained the Freshmen Transition Program; and developed an adult and peer mentorship program, among other responsibilities. She earned a B.S. in Secondary Education English from Pennsylvania State University in 1993, a Masters in Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Gratz College in 1998, and a Principal Certificate from Arcadia University in May 2017.
Mr. Brett Thomas, Assistant Principal
Prior to joining the RHS administration as an assistant prinicipal in July 2018, Mr. Thomas served as Radnor High School's dean of students since 2011 and has been with RTSD since 2005 in roles including learning/emotional support teacher and department chair. As dean of students at RHS, Mr. Thomas was responsible for all non-suspension level disciplinary infractions; monitoring day-to-day attendance; supervising the school's Open Campus program; and coordinating the HS Hope student assistance program, among other responsibilities. He earned a B.S. in Special Education from West Chester University in 2001, a Masters in Educational Leadership from St. Joseph's University in 2008, and a K-12 Principal and Supervisor Certificate in May 2008. He began his career in education at Upper Darby School District in 2001.
Mr. Michael Friel, Athletic Director
Mr. Friel is in his ninth year as the Athletic Director at Radnor High School. He came to Radnor from Ridley High School where he spent ten years as a member of the school's English Department. Prior to coming to Radnor, Mr. Friel spent ten years as a member of Ridley's football staff and was the Head Lacrosse Coach at Springfield High School. Mr. Friel is a 1998 graduate of Cabrini College where he was a four-year starter on the lacrosse team. His main responsibilities include overseeing the high school athletics programs, as well as coordinating all facility uses at the high school.