Charles Saulter Appointed BHS Head Football Coach
The Bedford Board of Education has appointed Charles H. Saulter II as Head Football Coach of Bedford High School effective March 21, 2019.
“We are excited to have Mr. Saulter as the head football coach for Bedford High School,” said BCSD Superintendent Andrea Celico. “Mr. Saulter has a wealth of experience to support his knowledge of the game. He also believes in the importance of character, which the Bedford City Schools take pride in instilling in our students. I believe Mr. Saulter will be a great role model for our athletes and will lead our students to victory both on and off the field.”
Currently a social studies teacher at Orange High School, Saulter has eight years of experience coaching football, beginning his coaching career as Assistant Varsity Football Coach for Chippewa High School in Wayne County. He then served as Varsity Running Backs Coach for GlenOak High School in the Plain Local Schools in Stark County. He was Offensive Coordinator/Receivers Coach for both Brush High School in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools and for Revere High School in the Revere Local Schools. From March 2017 to the present, he has served as Wide Receivers Coach for Case Western Reserve University.
Mr. Saulter is a graduate of Canton Central Catholic High School. He earned a bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Dayton and a master’s degree in Education from Kent State University. He played football in both high school and college.
“I am extremely humbled and blessed to be a part of the Bedford community,” said Mr. Saulter. “This position is truly a dream come true for me. I look forward to meeting parents and community members. I also look forward to continuing to build high levels of character in our young men, as well as having much success on Friday nights!”