Frank Kozakowski is the principal of Loyola High School of Los Angeles, the oldest secondary school in Southern California.
Mr. Kozakowski has worked as an administrator in secondary education for almost four decades at Loyola, where he began as a mathematics instructor in 1978. Over the course of his career, he has held numerous posts in academic, athletic and student affairs – with an emphasis in the field of curriculum development and scheduling. Principal Kozakowski credits Robert Greenleaf’s philosophy of servant leadership as his administrative model. Coach Kozakowski coached high school and community college football for 24 years before turning his attention to full-time school administration.
Mr. Kozakowski holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree from the University of California in Los Angeles. He lives in Culver City with his wife of 34 years, Jennifer. His daughter, Katie, is a graduate of Immaculate Heart High School, and his son, Matthew, graduated from Loyola High School in 2017.