As the Head of the Upper School I want to extend a warm welcome. My background includes an extensive career in international education in the roles of secondary school principal, director of curriculum, curriculum coordination and school evaluation and authorizations. You will find Seabury Hall to have a diverse student body that celebrates diverse cultures and promotes a true spirit of tolerance. This produces a safe environment optimal for students to learn and thrive.
Seabury Hall is now in its 55th year, and I am excited to continue to build on our rich history and expand opportunities for students to challenge themselves throughout their Upper School journeys. The Upper School curriculum is designed to be developmentally appropriate in which students have ample opportunity to develop new skills and take a wide range of electives. Education needs to address the world beyond theclassroom in which students develop leadership skills supporting service learning at school and beyond. The Upper School service learning is designed to directly support our school mission as an Episcopal School. This translates into a caring community of learners respecting the dignity of every human being. You will find the school has a long tradition of student teamwork in which students lead activities that are a vital part of school life.
Upper School Head