Our most important asset

Board Leadership: Mary Lou Green
Staff Leadership: Chris Schuck

The excellence of our program is our most important asset. We will work to chart the course of its evolution over the next decade, continuing to emphasize student-driven inquiry and exploration through all aspects of our curricular and co-curricular program. 

Access and inclusion

Board Leadership: Laurie Price
Staff Leadership: Jordan Elliott

 Building on our Episcopal values of equity and inclusivity, we will continue to work on building cultural competence and expanding our power for good. In addition, we want to ensure that we can continue to attract and retain top-notch employees.

Realize our master plan

Board Leadership: Dan Drinkward, Liam Thornton
Staff Leadership: Jon Von Behren

We will continue to work on completing our master plan to create world-class facilities that match our world-class program. The Essential Competencies and program needs will lead us to the next projects in revitalizing our 50-year-old campus.


Funding our strategic aspirations 

Board Leadership: Nate Schwalbach
Staff Leadership: Gretchen Reed

We will accomplish our strategic work by building a long-range financial plan that allows us to fund these priorities through multiple means and the careful stewardship of our resources.

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