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St. Andrew's College
15800 Yonge Street
Aurora, ON L4G 3H7
Canada
Tel: 905-727-3178
Fax: 905-841-6911
Email:info@sac.on.ca

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FACULTY & STAFF

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    Mr. Kevin McHenry
    Head of School
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    Kevin McHenry joined the faculty in 2002 as Director of Academic Studies and Director of the Upper School, and became St. Andrew’s eighth head of school in 2009. He earned his BBA in Business(Hons.) from Wilfrid Laurier University, a B.Ed. from The University of Western Ontario, and an M.Ed. from the University of Toronto. Kevin’s additional qualifications include his Principal’s Qualification Program from York University and a diploma in Independent School Leadership from the CAIS Institute. He began his professional career in Business Studies at Thornlea Secondary School in York Region. Kevin moved on to become the Head of Business Studies at Huron Heights Secondary School and then Vice Principal at Newmarket High School, both in York Region. He has coached both the Varsity Hockey and Baseball teams to CISAA Championships. Kevin lives on campus with his wife, Karan, and their three children: William '18, Caden '21, and Hadley.
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    Emilia Macdonald
    Faculty
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    Matt MacIsaac
    Director of Piping & Drumming
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    James MacPherson '99
    Faculty
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    Jamie MacPherson ’99 joined the faculty in 2009 and teaches Health and Physical Education and Language Arts in the Middle School. A graduate of St. Andrew’s College from the Class of 1999, Jamie earned a BA (Hons.) from Acadia University and a GDE from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Before returning to SAC, he taught history at Rothesay Netherwood School in New Brunswick and history and physical education at Emily Carr Secondary School in Vaughan. Jamie coaches the 1st Golf team and U14 Hockey. 
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    Lucas Madill
    Athletic Wellness
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    Lucas Madill joined St. Andrew's College in September 2015 as an English and social sciences teacher in the Upper School. Lucas has a master's of science in Exercise & Sport Science (Sport Psychology) and a B.Ed. from the University of New Brunswick (UNB), where he won the Lieutenant Governor's silver medal for education. Lucas also holds a B.Ed in Kinesiology from McGill University. Lucas played hockey at McGill and UNB, and he was an academic-all Canadian at both schools. After his playing career, Lucas began coaching at UNB, where he won a USport National Championship as an assistant coach of the men's hockey team. Lucas is a certified member of the Canadian Sport Psychology Association (CSPA), and since 2017, he has worked for Hockey Canada as a mental performance coach for the National Under 17 and Under 18 programs. In 2018 he helped Canada's U18 team win a gold medal at the Hlinka Gretzky World Championship in Edmonton, and the following year helped the team to a silver medal in Breclav, Czech Republic. He currently lives with his wife, Christine, and their identical twins, Abbie and Marlie, in Stouffville.
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    Sean Maillet
    Digital Marketing Specialist
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    Sean Maillet joined St. Andrew's in August 2017 as a Digital Maketing Specialist. He is graudate of the College of Sports Media in Toronto with a diploma in broadcast journalism. Sean previously worked with FNTSY Sports Network. 
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    David Manning
    Faculty, First Hockey Coach
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    David Manning joined the faculty in 2006, having previously taught with the Eastern School District and St. Bonaventure’s College in St. John’s,N.L. David earned a BA from Colby College in Maine and a B.Ed. and Technology Education Diploma from Memorial University of Newfoundland, and has also had experience as a Youth Care Worker for the St. Francis Foundation, an organization dedicated to the development and growth of troubled teenagers. He has his master’s degree (M.Ed) in Educational Leadership. David teaches courses in Canadian civics, health and physical education, and computer science in the Upper School. He coaches 1st Soccer and 1st Hockey, and lives on campus with his wife, Nicole, daughter, Libby, and son, Levi.
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    Wendy Marshall
    Reception /Cadets
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    Kai Masaoka
    Technical Director
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    Camille McCluskey
    Faculty
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    Tanya McCormick
    Associate Head, University Counselling
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    Tanya Weedon joined the University Counselling team at St. Andrew's College in 2012. Prior to working at SAC, Tanya worked in Admissions at Mount Allison University and in Residence & Student Life at Victoria University in the University of Toronto. In her role as Associate Head of University Counselling, Tanya will work closely with grade 11 and 12 students interested in applying to university within Ontario and Canada, and is looking forward to working with all Upper School students as they plan for their future beyond St. Andrew's College.
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    Brian McCue
    Faculty
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    Major Brian McCue joined St. Andrew’s in 1999 as the Deputy Commanding Officer of the Cadet Corps, Pipe Band Snare Drum Instructor, and Assistant Housemaster in Flavelle House. He holds a B.Mus.(Hons.) from The University of Western Ontario and a M.Mus. from McGill University, as well as more than 25 years of Cadet experience, most recently as Commanding Officer of the 48th Highlanders’ Cadet Corps. Arriving as a Captain in 2002, Brian was later promoted to Major, and became Commanding Officer of the #142 Highland Cadet Corps at St. Andrew’s College. He also went on to serve as Housemaster of Flavelle House for four years. In addition to his duties as CO, he has had an extensive background in the Arts, where he has been a symphony percussionist, pipe band lead drummer, and studio musician. Brian's teaching duties focus on the pipe band drummers and percussionists in the Music Department. Under Brian's tutelage, students are able to take pipe band drumming as their principal instrument for their Upper School music credit in grades 9 through 12.
    A Reserve Officer since 1988, Brian takes a special interest in the Cadet Corps program and the development of future leaders both in civilian and military paths. In addition to delivering a five-year leadership development program through the weekly Cadet program, he oversees a wide array of optional weekend activities, such as Young Drivers programs, lifeguard training, and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program. During the summer months, Brian is often leading a Cadet trip to Scotland to participate in a British Army summer camp alongside Cadets from Robert Gordon's College in Aberdeen. This year, Brian will be coaching U16 Soccer, Marksmanship and Biathlon (a combination of Marksmanship and Nordic Skiing). He and his wife Christine, a tutor and head Swim team coach at St. Andrew’s, live in Aurora.
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    Nikki McDaniel
    Administrative Assistant - University Counselling
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    Jim McGillivray
    Faculty, Director of the Pipes & Drums
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    Jim McGillivray is one of the most successful and prolific Canadian competitive pipers in history and has taught bagpiping at St. Andrew's since 1998. He holds a BA (Hons.) from Wilfrid Laurier University. A renowned and respected piper, pipe teacher, and authority worldwide, he takes great pride in the performing standard of the Pipes & Drums and its pipers and in knowing students leave St. Andrew's with a lifetime hobby. Jim served as Director of the Pipes & Drums for 22 years before stepping back to a part-time role in the music faculty in the fall of 2019. Jim lives in Aurora and is the father of two adult children.
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    Tomika McIntosh
    Assistant Head of Sifton House
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    Eric McMillan
    Music
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    Nancy McMurray
    Assistant to the Director of Food Services
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    Karen Morassutti
    Accounts Receivable Specialist
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    Joel Morrissey
    Faculty
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    Joel Morrissey joined the faculty of St. Andrew's College in 2011 as a teacher in the Math Department. In 2012, he became a teacher in the Science Department. Joel earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Ottawa in chemistry and biochemistry and earned his B. Ed. from Trent University in 2011. An avid sports fan, Joel continues to play hockey throughout the year. Joel is a coach for Varsity AAA Hockey and JV Lacrosse. Joel and his wife, Hannah, and their daughters, Evelyn and Olivia, live in Newmarket.
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    Paul Mosey
    School Photographer & Graphic Designer
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    Kris Mulholland
    Nurse
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    Samantha Muratoff
    Health Centre Assistant
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    Wendy Muratoff
    Executive Assistant to the Head of School
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    Wendy graduated from the Office Systems Operations (OSO) program at Seneca College in 1999. Starting at St. Andrew's at Reception in 2000, she moved to a full-time position as the Administration Assistant, Upper and Middle Schools in 2001. She was promoted to the Administration Associate Upper School in 2006, focused on ensuring effective administration of Upper School operations and procedures. Throughout this time, Wendy was a member of the School's Administration Team, overseeing the School's day-to-day operations, and a member of the Admission Committee, responsible for reviewing and recommending Upper School applicants. In March 2011, Wendy was promoted to Executive Assistant to the Head of School. In this role, she assists the Head of School as he moves forward with his initiatives and serves as a liaise between the Board, Board Chair, and the School. Wendy lives in Newmarket with her husband, Don. They have three grown children: Shon, Samantha, and Kyle.
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    Mr. Angus Murray
    Outdoor and Experiential Education
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    Angus Murray joined St. Andrew’s College in September 2018 as the School’s Outdoor Education and Risk Management Coordinator. Angus has worked in the field of outdoor and experiential education since he graduated from teacher’s college in 1990 and has guided expeditions to all seven continents. Over the decades, he has worked as a CAIS consultant and at four other independent schools as an outdoor education coordinator including Rosseau Lake College (ON), Strathcona – Tweedsmuir School (AB), Shawnigan Lake School (BC), and the Norval Outdoor School (UCC’s outdoor campus.) Angus teaches the Grade 10 Leadership program and coordinates the SASSAW expedition. He also oversees risk management for off-site trips and security on the SAC campus. Angus lives on campus with his wife, Sarah, and son, Hugh ’26.
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