Get to know new assistant athletic director, Mrs. Grimm


Mrs. Grimm, our new assistant athletic director, attended Serra Catholic High School where she played basketball.  She finished as her school’s all-time leading scorer in basketball and is still acknowledged for it at Serra Catholic High School.

Her favorite high school memory is when she won the state title during her junior year. She said she won’t ever forget how great of an experience it was for her. 

After high school, Grimm attended Colgate University in Madison County, N.Y.

Grimm also mentioned that she participated in softball but not for the high school team. Two things you may not know about her is that she used to be a bowler and is left-handed. 

Before working in Bethel Park, Grimm worked in Ringgold as their athletic director up until the beginning of this school year.

When asked what she looks forward to about working in Bethel Park, she said: “I look forward to a bunch of stuff actually. I am now much closer to home because I live in Bethel Park so I am definitely looking forward to a shorter commute. I am also looking forward to being at a larger school than what I was used to previously so there are more sports offered here.”

A pet peeve of hers is when people are late. Grimm said, “I’m a big supporter of respecting other people’s time so I always like to be early.”

One meal she could eat for the rest of her life would be Buffalo chicken wings. 

During summers you might see her at the beach. Grimm said she loves the beach and her dream vacation is anywhere that has a beach. “I’m a big fan of beach vacations. I went to Punta Cana and really enjoyed it there,” she said. 

Mrs. Grimm can always be found in her office in the Athletic Office or at a sporting event. She is very hardworking and is always helping out and making sure everything is going according to plan.

Something she looks forward to is hopefully leading Bethel Park to a state championship. “Now that I’m here at a new school I would like to be part of another state championship. When I was at Ringgold, we won baseball state championships in 2018. That felt like the absolute best accomplishment you could have in this job as an athletic director, so now that I’m here I’d like to be working towards another one,” Grimm said.