• Mr. Kevin McHenry
    Headmaster
    905-727-3178
    Wilfrid Laurier - Bachelor of Business Adminstration
    Western - Bachelor of Education
    University of Toronto - Master of Education
    Bio
     
    Kevin McHenry joined the faculty in 2002 as Director of Academic Studies and Director of the Upper School, and became St. Andrew’s eighth Headmaster 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.
  • Ramesh Ari
    Webmaster
    (905) 727-3178 x233
  • Michele Baker
    Campus Shop
    (905) 727-3178 x279
  • Jane Bedard
    Facilities Coordinator
    (905) 727-3178 x260
  • Paul Bedard
    Director of Athletics
    (905) 727-3178 x248
    Bishop's University - Bachelor of Arts
    Bio
     
    Paul Bedard ’79 rejoined the faculty at St. Andrew’s in September 2012 as Director of Athletics and Upper School French teacher. Paul graduated from SAC in 1979 and went on to obtain a BA from Bishop’s University in Quebec. He taught at Ridley College in St. Catharines where he also coached hockey, tennis and soccer. From 1996-2000 Paul was Director of Athletics at St. Andrew’s College, and Housemaster of Sifton House from 1997-2003. For the past nine years he has been Director of Athletics at Villanova College in King City, Ont. Paul’s connection to SAC follows a strong family tradition. His father, Bob, joined the faculty in 1972 as Assistant to the Headmaster and to teach French, going on to serve as Headmaster from 1981-1997; his brothers Mark ’77, Peter ’83, and Michael ’81 are alumni; and his wife, Jane, is Facilities Coordinator at the School. Paul and Jane have two daughters and live on Masters' Row.
  • Brendan Bellaire
    IT Services Coordinator
    (905) 727-3178 x283
  • Mrs. Randi Berman
    Teacher & Arts Coordinator
    905-727-3178 x412
    OCAD
    Bio
     
    Randi Berman has been the Middle School art teacher since 2000. In September 2014, she also assumed the role of Arts Coordinator. Prior to joining SAC, Randi graduated from the Ontario College of Art and worked in an art department for a clothing manufacturer. Randi is involved with the Arts Council in Upper School, runs the Middle School Visual Arts Program on Tuesdays, and coaches Softball. She has also been involved in creating works of art for tournaments, gala auctions, and other school events. Randi organizes the Middle School Arts Day each spring, where local artists spend a day instructing the boys on different art mediums and techniques. She lives in Newmarket with her husband and three children.
    Coaching: Middle School Fall Intramurals and Under 14 Softball
    Co-curricular: Visual Arts Club
  • Trevor Biasi
    Assistant Director of Middle School
    (905) 727-3178 x452
    Bio
     
    Trevor Biasi started teaching in the Upper School of St. Andrew's College in 2004. He has a BA(Hons.) from Wilfrid Laurier University and a B.Ed. from The University of Western Ontario. Since his arrival, he has expanded his academic focus to include courses in geography and politics. Trevor moved into the role of Assistant Director of the Middle School in September 2013. He has an extensive background in coaching and has been an Assistant Coach of the Varsity Hockey team. He is currently Head Coach of Varsity Baseball and Under-12 Hockey. Trevor lives in Uxbridge with his wife Paula and his children, Robin and Reid.
  • Carolyn Bilton
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x436
    University of Waterloo - Bachelor of Arts
    Brock University - Bachelor of Education
  • Elizabeth Bishenden
    Science Lab Technician
    (905) 727-3178 x266
    Bio
     
    Dr. Bishenden has a Ph.D. in Chemistry and co-ordinates all the lab work at St. Andrew's. She is an enthusiastic promoter of all things science and an active member of the Aurora community where she lives with her family.
  • Jane Boehmer
    Campus Shop
    (905) 727-3178 x279
  • Kim Braithwaite
    Admin. Assistant Advancement Office
    (905) 727-3178 x314
  • Geoff Brennagh
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x430
    University of Guelph - Bachelor of Science
    University of Windsor - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Geoff Brennagh '94 joined the faculty in 2008 as a science and math teacher in the Upper School. No stranger to SAC, he is an alumnus of the School having attended for seven years. Geoff earned his B.Sc. from the University of Guelph and his B.Ed. from the University of Windsor. Prior to returning to SAC, Geoff taught science and math for seven years at Da Vinci International School in Antwerp, Belgium and was a player/assistant hockey coach for Olympia, Heist op den Berg, competing in the Belgian Elite League. Geoff has helped coach the Varsity Hockey team to four CISAA Championships as well as three MPHL titles. He is also an Assistant Varsity Football team. Geoff lives on campus with his wife, Helen, son, Oscar, and dog Reggie
  • Ryan Bryce
    Annual Fund Officer
    (905) 727-3178 x322
  • Brenda Burston
    Middle School Administration
    (905) 727-3178 x291
    Humber College - Soc. Serv.
  • Jon Butcher
    Teacher & Administrative Coordinator
    (905) 727-3178 x268
    University of Waterloo - Bachelor of Science
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Jon Butcher has a B.Sc. in Honours Physics from the University of Waterloo and a B.Ed.(Hons.) from the University of Toronto.  Having taught science and physics for 10 years in the public system, he is now in his 15th year at St. Andrew’s, currently in the role of Administrative Coordinator and science teacher. One aspect of this role is the leadership and development of SAC’s implementation of the Edsby learning portal. Also active in the Information Technology Integration (ITi) Committee and a member of the SAC Professional Development Committee, Jon is an advocate and supporter of technology in education. Whether through wireless projectors, interactive electronic textbooks, iClickers or electronic data collection and analysis, technology has an essential place in his science classroom.
    Jon is Head Coach of the 1st Rugby team and an experienced rugby player himself. A former club and university player, twice an OUA champion, an OUA All-Star, a current Ontario Panel referee and Development Officer for the T&DRRS - Jon is always looking for new ways to develop and promote his favourite game. The SAC Rugby program has a record of excellence that includes 22 championship seasons in the past 45 years. 
  • Barbara Cain
    Upper School Administration
    (905) 727-3178 x222
  • Michael Carroll
    Housemaster, Memorial House
    (905) 727-3178 x263
    St. Francis Xavier University - Bachelor of Science
    St. Francis Xavier University - Bachelor of Business Adminstration
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Michael Carroll joined the SAC faculty in 2008, teaching chemistry and environmental science in the Upper School. He completed his B.Sc. and BBA at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, and B.Ed. from Queen's University. He also has extensive coaching credentials and experience, including working as an Offensive Assistant with the Hamilton Tiger Cats and as Receiver Coach at Queen's University. This year, Mike is the Offensive Co-ordinator for 1st Football and Head Coach of Junior Varsity Basketball. He lives on campus as Housemaster of Memorial House with his wife, Sarah, son, Mackenzie, and their goldendoodle, Fenway. 
  • Mr. Michael Chadsey
    Summer School Coordinator, Head of Mathematics
    (905) 727-3178 x456
    University of Toronto - Master of Education
    Bio
     
    Michael Chadsey joined the faculty at St. Andrew’s in September of 2007 as Head of Mathematics in the Upper School. He has a Masters in Education from OISE at the University of Toronto, an Honours Specialist in Mathematics, and completed his BA and Teacher's education at Simon Fraser University. Michael has previously taught Advanced Qualifications courses at OISE, and prior to working at St. Andrew's, he was a senior math teacher and digital literacy co-ordinator at Sir William Mulock High School in Newmarket. Michael is the faculty sponsor for the Christian Fellowship, member of the Standing Committee for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, and Duty Master in Flavelle House. He also coaches SAC Soccer and Lacrosse teams. 
  • Dawn Chagas
    Admin. Assistant to Property and Facilities
    (905) 727-3178 x386
  • Chun-Chow Chang
    Helpdesk & Laptop Coordinator
    (905) 727-3178 x247
  • Sandi Chasson
    Department Head, Music
    (905) 727-3178 x310
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Education
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Music
    Bio
     
    Sandi Chasson came to St. Andrew’s in 2001 after teaching all-girls at Havergal College in Toronto for nine years, and boys and girls in Regent Park for 14 years. She holds a B.Mus., a B.Ed.(Hons.) from the University of Toronto, and is a woodwind specialist, the bassoon being her personal favourite. Sandi has elevated the quality and breadth of  the St. Andrew’s Music Program each year since her arrival, culminating in winning Triple-Gold at Nationals in spring 2010. Under her direction, SAC musicians have become known world wide, being invited to perform at the London Olympics in 2012 and in Brazil in 2016. Sandi has experienced a number of firsts, including the first woman to ever play with the Vienna Philharmonic and the first woman to be nominated for the John Philip Sousa award for excellence in conducting and teaching. She is presently the coordinator of the Conference of Independent Schools Music Festival (CISMF) at Roy Thomson Hall, coordinating 47 schools and 1,500 students each year. Sandi lives in Richmond Hill.
  • Michael Choi
    International Admission and Relations Officer
    (905) 727-3178 x367
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Science
    Bio
     
    Michael Choi joined St. Andrew's College in 2009 as a consultant for international students and families. As a former international student from Korea, Michael is a graduate of St. Andrew's College from the Class of 1999. He earned his B.Sc.(Hons.) in Immunology from the University of Toronto, and has accumulated eight years of experience serving in various teaching and education consulting roles focusing on international education.
  • Wendy Coates
    Admission Associate
    (905) 727-3178 x303
    Bio
     
    Wendy Coates joined St. Andrew's College in 2004 working in the Campus Shop. She has had a varied and interesting career at the School also working within the Reception, University Counselling, Business, and Admission Departments. In August of 2013, Wendy was hired in the Admission Department and is responsible for administrative support as well as enrolment for grades 5 and 6. Wendy has the perfect balance of "people and paperwork" in her current role as Admission Associate.
    Prior to joining SAC, Wendy worked at IBM. She then stayed home to raise her family and returned to the workforce in the insurance industry at MCR Insurance as well as retail sales at Mappins. Wendy lives in Aurora, is married to Steve, and they have three grown children.
  • Edna Collins
    Associate Director of Advancement
    (905) 727-3178 x239
  • Joe Commisso
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x458
    UOIT - Bachelor of Education
    McMaster - Bachelor of Arts
    Bio
     
    Joe Commisso joined the SAC faculty in 2013 where he teaches geography and English in the Upper School and a residence evening coordinator. He graduated from McMaster University with an honours BA in geography and earth science and minored in English. While at McMaster, Joe was a member of the varsity lacrosse team and won a National Championship in 2010. Joe earned his B.Ed from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. Joe is an avid Toronto Maple Leafs fan and during the summer coaches the Newmarket U19 Lacrosse team with fellow SAC teacher Greg Reid.
  • Mr. Fraser Cowell
    Department Head, English
    905-727-3178
    Saint Mary's University - Bachelor of Arts
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Fraser Cowell joined the faculty in 1989 as an English teacher in the Upper School. He has a BA(Hons.) from St. Mary’s University and a B.Ed. from the University of Toronto. Prior to becoming a teacher, Fraser worked as an editor with Houghton Mifflin in the Elementary Language Arts Textbook division. He has taught at almost every grade level, and currently teaches grade 9 and 11 English. Fraser has participated in a number of SAC’s international trips to Nepal, England and Kenya. He is also involved as a Coach of the Varsity Volleyball and U14 Lacrosse teams. In terms of co-curricular activities, he manages the Silver Star Cadet program and Flavelle House Company, and organizes SLAMfest poetry competitions. Fraser lives in Aurora with his wife Tracey and their two children, Dylan and Bryn.
  • Mrs. Sabrina D'Angelo
    Director of Middle School
    905-727-3178
    Wilfrid Laurier - Bachelor of Arts
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Education
    Nipissing University - Master of Education
    Bio
     
    Sabrina D’Angelo joined the faculty at St. Andrew’s in 2002 as Core and Enriched French teacher. In 2007, she became the Assistant Director of the Middle School, and in 2013 was appointed Director of the Middle School. Sabrina has a BA from Wilfred Laurier University, a B.Ed. from the University of Toronto, and has completed her M.Ed. Prior to joining SAC, she taught with the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board. In her role as Director, Sabrina is responsible for the Middle School academic program for grades 5-8; manages the faculty PGP process; reviews all Middle School admission files; oversees the Middle School Leadership Team; and provides direction to the Middle School Anti-Bullying Committee. In addition, Sabrina facilitates the transition to Upper School, is second chair for the CAIS/CESI accreditation; co-chairs new faculty induction; coordinates M of Ed inspection for MS; and leads MS marketing strategies. Sabrina is also responsible for the supervision and operation of the Guided Learning Centre (GLC) in the Middle School, and is an integral member of the Standing Committee for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. Sabrina lives in Palgrave with her husband, Gian, and their two sons, Cole and Maxam.
  • David Dawson
    (905) 727-3178 x305
    Bishop's University - Bachelor of Science
    Bio
     
    David Dawson began working at St. Andrew’s in 1988 as a full-time tutor in mathematics and science. He holds a B.Sc. from Bishop’s University. Previously, he had taught at Ridley College and Crescent School. David is also a passionate sports fan and videotapes the 1st Soccer, Hockey, and Rugby games for the coaches and the players. A handyman in his free time, David helped to build an outdoor hockey rink at Crescent School. He lives in Aurora.
  • Nicholas Day
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x405
    University of King's College - Bachelor of Arts
    University of Ottawa - Bachelor of Education
    Nipissing University - Master of Education
    Bio
     
    Modern Languages - USExtended French Co-ordinator
    Nicholas joined the faculty at St. Andrew’s in 2003 as a French teacher in the Upper School, and he lived in Macdonald House as an Assistant Housemaster from 2003-2011. He holds a BA (Combined Honours) in Political Science (International Relations) and French from the University of King’s College, a B.Ed. from the University of Ottawa, and an M.Ed. from Nipissing University. After graduating from King's, Nicholas worked in Foreign Affairs and International Trade before teaching at Ashbury College in Ottawa where he also coached soccer and alpine skiing. At St. Andrew's, he is the Course Director of the AP Capstone program and the Co-ordinator of the Extended French program. He coaches the First Soccer and Alpine Ski teams.
  • Mr. Lawrence DeMello
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x454
    University of Waterloo - Bachelor of Mathematics
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Education
    York University - Master of Arts
    York University - Master of Arts
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Lawrence DeMello joined the faculty of St. Andrew’s College in September 2012 as a math teacher.  He brings a wealth of experience with him, having spent the past 12 years teaching in the independent system. While at his most recent post at Toronto Montessori School, Lawrence was a key leader in the areas of student life, athletics, university counselling, and the Advanced Placement program. He has coached basketball, ice hockey, Ultimate Frisbee, soccer, and ball hockey  and has taught a wide range of courses, including phys-ed, economics, technology, and career studies. Lawrence is a graduate of the math program at Waterloo University, the Queen’s B.Ed. program, and received his master’s degree in mathematics from York University. Lawrence’s exceptional leadership experiences and passion for student success are certainly appreciated by SAC students. He lives in Maple with his wife, three sons (Lucas, Mathias, and Marcus) and coaches the Vaughan Rangers Minor Novice and tyke house hockey teams.
  • Michele Derwin
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x408
    Acadia University - Bachelor of Kinesiology
    Nipissing University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Michele Derwin joined the faculty in 2005 as a science teacher in the Middle School. She has a bachelor’s in kinesiology from Acadia University and a B.Ed. from Nipissing University. Michele teaches grade 7 and 8 health and physical education as well as grade 7 science.
  • Colby Dockerty
    Faculty - Gr 6 Core
    (905) 727-3178 x421
    University of Guelph - Bachelor of Arts
    D'Youville College - Master of Science in Education
    Bio
     
    Colby Dockerty joined the  Middle School in September 2015 to teach grade 6 math, science, language and PhysEd. Prior to this he taught grade 8 for three years at Nobleton Public School. Colby holds a bachelor's degree with honours in philosophy (minor in history) from the University of Guleph, and a master's in the science of education from D'Youville College in Buffalo. A sports enthusiast, Colby helped to coach  U12 Soccer and U12 Basketball this year. 
  • Whitney Elliott
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x447
    Guelph University - Bachelor of Arts
    York University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Whitney Elliott joined the faculty of St. Andrew’s in 2006 as a French and geography teacher in the Middle School. She holds a BA (Hons.) from the University of Guelph and a B.Ed. from the University of Toronto. Whitney is a grade 6 Core teacher, instructing in math, French, language arts, and science. Prior to joining SAC, Whitney volunteered at a school in Quebec and studied at a Language School in Trois Pistoles. She is currently the faculty coordinator for the Middle School Green Team and assists in the MS Band as an alto saxophone player. Whitney coaches U14 Volleyball and U14 Track & Field.
  • Nicolette Fleming
    Communications Officer
    (905) 727-3178 x232
  • Joseph Foote
    Department Head, Health & Physical Education
    (905) 727-3178 x259
    Wilfrid Laurier - Bachelor of Arts in Physical Health Education
    Western - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Joe Foote joined the faculty at St. Andrew’s in September of 2008 as Head of the Physical and Health Education Department. He earned his Honours PHE degree from Wilfrid Laurier University where he was a member of the Golden Hawks 1991 Vanier Cup Championship Football team. He went on to complete a B.Ed. in Physical and Health Education and Science at The University of Western Ontario. Joe also holds an AQ qualification in Biology, and is an Honours Specialist in Physical and Health Education. Most recently, he worked at Bur Oak Secondary School where he was the PHE Department Head. Joe has coached Junior and Senior Football, Midget and Junior Basketball, Midget, Junior and Senior Lacrosse, Senior Soccer, Junior and Senior Hockey, Junior and Senior Badminton, and Junior Volleyball. He has attained NCCP credentials in Basketball, Football, Lacrosse and Flatwater Canoe Racing. At St. Andrew’s he coaches 1st Football and JV Hockey. Joe lives in Sandford with his wife and four children. 
  • Dr. Chris Fortier
    School Physician
    (905) 727-3178 x276
  • Kyle Fraser-Shoemaker
    Associate Faculty & Res Don
    (905) 727-3178 x453
  • David Galajda
    Director of Residential Life
    (905) 727-1219 x261
    McMaster - Bachelor of Science
    Brock University - Bachelor of Education
    University of Toronto - Master of Education
    Bio
     
    David Galajda began his career at St. Andrew's in 1987 as an Assistant Housemaster of Macdonald House. He holds a B.Sc. (Hons) from McMaster University, a B.Ed. from Brock University, and an M.Ed. specializing in Curriculum Studies from the University of Toronto, OISE. He also earned his CAIS Leadership Institute diploma in 2003.
    David worked for the Oxford Summer Program teaching biology, and the Cambridge Tradition serving as the Dean of Student Life. David was appointed as the Head of the Science Department in 1999. He is currently the Housemaster of Macdonald House and Director of Residential Life.
    David has developed and implemented the school's Residential Life Curriculum. He has presented on residential life at the TABS Boarding Schools’ Conference and the CIS Residential Life Conference.  He also presented on school safety & security at the 10th Annual Emergency & Disaster Planning Conference in Toronto and once again at TABS in 2013.
    David has coached various teams at SAC, including Varsity Track and Field, and Varsity Hockey, which won the OFSAA championship in 1993, four MacPherson Tournaments, and the Confederation Cup. He spends his summer months involved in community coaching and the winter months coaching the U14 SAC Hockey team.
  • Rob Giel
    Department Head, Business Studies
    (905) 727-3178 x448
    York University - Bachelor of Business Adminstration
    York University - Master of Business Adminstration
    Bio
     
    Rob Giel joined the faculty in 1990, teaching economics, introduction to business, and introductory and advanced accounting classes in the Upper School. He has a BBA and MBA from York University, and spent 12 years in the fields of accounting, personnel and labour relations before coming to St. Andrew’s. Rob has also taught in the Business Department at two community colleges. Rob is a Faculty Advisor for DECA, a not-for-profit organization focused on providing students with the opportunity to explore and further their interests in business, marketing and entrepreneurship.  He coaches Senior House League Squash and Senior Golf, and lives in King City with his family.
  • Anthony Gilroy
    Assistant Housemaster, Sifton House
    (905) 727-3178 x444
    Bio
     
    Anthony joined SAC's Upper School English Department 2013. He has since been appointed to the position of Assistant Housemaster in Sifton House, a role he dutifully carries out alongside teaching English and coaching duties for U16 Rugby and U16 Volleyball. Anthony received a bachelor of arts in English from McMaster University in 2009 and is a graduate of the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.
  • Klaus Griese
    Director of Properties & Facilities
    (905) 727-3178 x252
  • Teri Groves
    Associate Head, University Counselling
    (905) 727-3178 x284
    Shaw College - Business Administration
  • Len Gurr
    Housemaster, Smith House
    (905) 727-3178 x295
    Western - Bachelor of Arts
    Western - Master of Arts
    Western - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Len Gurr joined the faculty of St. Andrew's College in 2005, teaching history in the Upper School.  He also currently serves as the Housemaster of Smith House, Head Coach of Varsity Football, Assistant Coach of Varsity Baseball, and as faculty advisor for the Andrean Life Council. He holds a BA (Hons.) with a double major in English and history, an MA in history and a B.Ed. from The University of Western Ontario. He also holds the ‘Honour Specialist’ accreditation in history, and he is currently completing the CAIS Leadership Institute program. During his time at Western, Len played for the Mustangs Varsity Football team and was named an ‘Academic All Canadian Athlete.’ Following his playing days, Len’s focus shifted to developing an extensive coaching career. In addition to coaching at St. Andrew’s, he has served as an assistant coach for Team Canada in San Antonio, Texas and Team Ontario during the Football Canada Cup. He has also guest coached at multiple NCAA and CIS universities. As a dedicated historian, he is particularly passionate about North American politics and military history. He lives on campus with his dogs, Jackson and Maximus. 
  • Lori-Anne Hastings
    (905) 727-3178 x276
  • Scott Hayter
    Executive Director of Advancement
    (905) 727-3178 x293
    Royal Military College - Bachelor of Arts
    Brock University - Master of Education
    Bio
     
    A graduate of the Royal Military College, Scott began his career in the military in 1976, before moving to the independent school sector in 1988.  Scott then spent six years as the Deputy Headmaster at Robert Land Academy, an all-boys boarding school. In 1995, he shifted to higher education as the Assistant Director of External Relations at Brock University. Scott then moved to the University of Durham in the UK in 1997 to establish a £175 million campaign. Returning to Canada in 2004 as the Vice President of Development at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, he rebuilt the development team there and successfully completed a $100 million campaign.
    Scott has consulted, published and spoken around the world on alumni relations, fundraising and the establishment of advancement operations at universities and independent schools.
    He was appointed Executive Director of Advancement and President of the SAC Foundation at St. Andrew’s College in May 2008.
    Scott and Susan were married in 1982. Dr. Susan Hayter is the School Archivist and the Upper School Librarian. They have three adult children: Daniel, Alexander and Sarah.
  • Sue Hayter
    Librarian and Archivist
    (905) 727-3178 x235
    Polytechnic of North London - Bachelor of Arts
    Northumbria University - Doctorate
    Niagara College - Adult Education Certification
  • Paul Hodgson
    (905) 727-3178 x301
  • Mrs. Janice Hollett
    Controller
    905-727-3178
  • Stephen Holmes
    Faculty
    University of Guelph - Bachelor of Science Honours
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Education
  • Graham Hovius
    Arena Manager
    (905) 727-3178 x327
  • Jamie R. Inglis
    Head of Science, Andrean Traditions Coordinator
    (905) 727-3178 x414
    McMaster - Bachelor of Science
    McMaster - Master of Science
    York University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Jamie Inglis joined the faculty in 1999, teaching courses in physics and science. He holds a B.Sc.(Hons.) and M.Sc. from McMaster University, and a B.Ed. from York University. As the son of a former teacher and Housemaster, and an Old Boy from the Class of 1991, Jamie brings a unique perspective to his role in the Upper School. Jamie is the Head of the Science Department and serves as the Andrean Traditions Coordinator at St. Andrew's. In addition, Jamie coaches U16 Rugby and the Alpine Skiing at all team levels and plays an active role in the Cadet Corps program holding the position of 2nd Lieutenant, overseeing the Pipes and Drums. He is a former Housemaster of Ramsey House and Sifton House, and lives in Newmarket with his wife, Jane, and their children Hillary and Andrew James.
  • Matthew Jaekel
    Associate Faculty & Res Don
    (905) 727-3178 x459
  • Taylor Johnston
    Associate Faculty & Res Don
    (905) 727-3178 x468
  • Dr. David Joiner
    Department Head, Geography
    905-727-3178
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Science
    Queen's University - Doctorate
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Education
    Queen's University - Master of Science
    Ontario College of Teachers - Teaching Certificate
    Bio
     
    David Joiner began his teaching career at St. Andrew’s College in 1999. As a Ph.D. graduate in earth sciences from Queen’s University and B.Ed. recipient from the University of Toronto, David is Head of the Geography Department. His doctoral work gave him experience in climatology and forest carbon dioxide balances by assisting with the Boreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study international climate change project in the boreal forest of northern Manitoba. David is the Assistant Coach for Boys and Open Curling and coordinates recreational squash. He is a coordinator for the faculty Experts-In-Us program and involved with global awareness initiatives, as well as faculty coordinator for SAC's Reach for the Top teams. He is a Duty Master in Macdonald House and is known for showing up for duty with trivia challenge buzzers or with his telescope on clear nights. Recently, he has also marked AP Human Geography exams in Nebraska and Ohio for the College Board. He serves as an independent school special representative on provincial Geography organizations and co-chaired the Ontario Geography teachers' conference hosted at SAC in 2011. David lives in Aurora with his wife, Louise, and their three children: Graham ’12, Liam '15, and Ethan.
  • Marke Jones
    Teacher, AP Chemistry
    (905) 727-3178 x461
    McMaster - Bachelor of Science
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Marke Jones began his career at St. Andrew’s in 1984 as a physics teacher in the Upper School. He holds an Honours B.Sc. from McMaster University, a B.Ed. from Queen’s University, and an Honours Specialist Certification in Chemistry from the University of Toronto. Marke now teaches grade 10 science and is in the process of developing an AP chemistry program. Prior to working at SAC, Marke made it through the first round of selections for the Canadian Astronaut program when the Canadian Space Agency was first founded. He coaches U16A Soccer and Varsity Badminton, and is enthusiastic about partaking in SAC’s international trips with the students, having travelled to Austria with his soccer team, New Zealand and Fiji with a group of SAC Rugby enthusiasts, and having visited other distant lands, including Russia and Australia. Marke takes a special interest in aviation. A pilot himself, he provides extra guidance for students who would like to take the next steps to further their education in this area. Marke lives on campus with his three children, Paige, Oliver and Maxwell. 
  • David Josselyn
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x415
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Arts
    University of Windsor - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    David Josselyn joined the faculty in 1983 as a mathematics and geography teacher in the Upper School.  Prior to his career at SAC, he attended Appleby College where he graduated as an Ontario Scholar.  David received his BA from Trinity College at the University of Toronto and his B.Ed. from the University of Windsor. During his first year of university, he captained the Canadian Junior Cricket team at the World Championships. In the past, David has coached Soccer, Basketball, Cricket and Golf at different levels, and is a former member of the Board of Governors. He works closely with Courtenay Shrimpton, the Assistant Head of Student Life, to coordinate, manage and direct the Prefects. David is a Duty Master in Sifton House and lives in Aurora with his wife Shannon, and their two daughters Alison and Jennifer.
  • Shannon Josselyn
    Teacher, ESL
    (905) 727-3178 x410
    McMaster - Bachelor of Arts
    McMaster - Master of Arts
  • Marina Jouk
    Database Developper
  • Dennis Jumaquio
    Assistant Housemaster, Memorial House
    (905) 727-3178 x455
    University of Waterloo - Bachelor of Mathematics
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Dennis Jumaquio joined the faculty at St. Andrew’s College in September 2012 as a teacher of Upper School math and business, and an Assistant Don in Flavelle House. Dennis has a bachelor’s of math degree from the University of Waterloo and a B.Ed from Queen’s University. His interests include music, photography, film, drama, volleyball and baseball, and he looks forward to coaching 3-on-3 Basketball at SAC.
  • Kristen Kang
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x437
    Macquarie University - Master of Education
    Ryerson University - Bachelor of Commerce
    Bio
     
    Kristen Kang joined SAC as an AP economics teacher in the Upper School in September 2015. She is a graduate of the Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management and holds a post-graduate diploma in Education from Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. Before joining SAC, she gained industry experience by working for software, engineering, and forex companies. She also has years of AP teaching experience from her former school, PCA, in Markham, Ont. Kristen enjoys team sports and is currently our U16 Squash coach and U16 Volleyball co-coach. Given her tremendous experience with the subject matter, commitment to school life, and careful approach to her work she has quickly gained the respect of students and faculty alike. 
  • Bruce Keyes
    Associate Director of Admissions
    (905) 727-3178 x282
    Bio
     
    Bruce Keyes joined the St. Andrew’s Admission team as Associate Director of Admissions in October 2006. Prior to SAC, he spent 5 years at Trinity College School where he coached U16 Football, supervised residential life, and worked in the Admission Office. Bruce holds a degree in Sport and Leisure Studies from St. Lawrence University. At SAC, Bruce oversees the Scholarship and Bursary program as well as our Ontario Domestic Boarding Project (financial); he is also responsible for recruitment in Europe, Western Canada, Northern and Eastern Ontario. Bruce enjoys staying physically active and is very involved in the Central York Girls Hockey Association.
  • Stephen Kimmerer
    Head of Art
    (905) 727-3178 x309
    University of Alberta - Bachelor of Arts
    University of Alberta - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Steve Kimmerer joined the faculty in 1984 as an art and history teacher in the Upper School. He has a BA and B.Ed. from the University of Alberta, and previously taught at Spruce Grove in Alberta for five years before moving to Ontario. Steve currently teaches media arts and visual arts in the Upper School. For the past eight years, he has been the Faculty Advisor for the yearbook, The Review, and has become the unofficial school digital photographer and media arts guru, sharing his expertise with all groups and organizations throughout the SAC community. Steve has spent over 20 years behind the bench with SAC’s Varsity, JV and U16 squads, as well as Aurora Rep Hockey. He has also coached 1st Football, 1st Soccer, JV Soccer, U16 Soccer, 1st Badminton and U16 Badminton. This year he is coaching the JV Soccer team. Steve believes in giving back to his community and has spent 10 years coaching hockey and soccer in Aurora, and the last six years on the Board of Directors of the Aurora Youth Soccer Club. Steve lives on campus and has two sons, Scott ’11 and Erik ’13.
  • Margaret Kirkby
    Director of Health and Wellness
    (905) 727-3178 x245
  • Mr. Bennett Kitagawa
    Housemaster, Perrier House
    (905) 727-3178 x406
    Brock University - Bachelor of Arts
    Sheridan College - Business Diploma
    I.T. Institute - AIT Diploma
    York University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Ben joined the faculty in 2001 and teaches business, economics and geography. He holds a BA from Brock University, an AIT Diploma from ITI, and a B.Ed. from York University. Before joining SAC, Ben worked as a major account manager for a sportswear company and a general manager for a healthcare firm. He held the position of Housemaster for Smith House for two years and is now the Housemaster for Perrier House. He is the founder and faculty advisor of the student-run SAC-TV, and coaches U16 Football and U12 Softball. Ben lives in Aurora with his wife, Arima, and their two children, George and Lucy.
     
    Coach Kitagawa was been coaching football at St. Andrew's College since 2001. For the first seven years, he coached the First Football team including two OFSAA championship teams in 2001 and 2003. Responsible for coaching the defensive line in 2001 and 2002, Coach Kitagawa took over the defensive backs from 2003 to 2007. In 2008, Coach Kitagawa volunteered to move to the U16 Football program as the Defensive Coordinator to help develop players and prepare them for the First Football program. In 2012, he took over as Head Coach of the Junior Program.
     
    Ben has coached every level of hockey at the School: Varsity, Junior Varsity, U16, U14 and U12. Since 2001, his teams have won two league championships and three tournament championships, the most significant being the Junior Varsity CISAA championship in 2006 where the team went undefeated against most CISAA varsity teams. 
  • Sherrill Knight
    Director of Human Resources
    (905) 727-2580
  • Adam Kowaltschuk
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x449
    University of Waterloo - Bachelor of Environmental Studies
    Lakehead University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Adam joined the faculty in 2003 and teaches geography and History in the Middle School. He holds a B.E.S. from the University of Waterloo, a B.Ed. from Lakehead University, and a Masters of Education from Graceland University. Adam previously worked as an IBM Small Business Consultant and taught English in Japan and Ghana with his wife Clare. Adam's first love is travel having spent time in Newzealand, Japan, Ecuador, and Cambodia in the last few years. Adam lives in Newmarket with his wife, Jessica, and sons Nathan and Gavin.
  • David Kyle
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x417
    York University - Bachelor of Fine Arts
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    David Kyle joined the faculty in 1999 as a language arts teacher in the Middle School. He holds a B.F.A.(Hons.) from York University and a B.Ed. from the University of Toronto. David previously taught in the North York and Toronto Boards. He has coached all levels of soccer and basketball in the Middle School, and is currently the Coach of the Varsity Cricket team. David is the Faculty Advisor of the Public Speaking and Debating Clubs for both Middle and Upper Schools, and when not at SAC, he is Music Director for community theatre, as well as a composer and recording artist. He lives in Aurora with his wife Sarah, the Director of the Aurora Performing Arts Group, and their two daughters.
  • Jeff LaForge
    Assistant Housemaster, MacDonald House
    (905) 727-3178 x462
    Bio
     
    Jeff LaForge joined the faculty at St. Andrew’s College in September 2012 as an Upper School teacher of English and social science. Jeff holds an honours bachelor of arts degree with a major in history, and minor in political science and English, and a B.Ed from Ontario Institute of Studies in Education from the University of Toronto. Prior to joining SAC, Jeff worked at the University of Toronto as an academic support coordinator and assistant coach for the football team, and as an assistant support to the manager of children and youth programs. Jeff is currently an Assistant Housemaster in Macdonald house, where he lives with his wife, Julie.
    Jeff's interests include football, basketball, reading, and politics. He coaches1st Football, U16 Football, U16 Basketball and is involved with the Model UN Club and the Holiday Heroes program.
  • Jacquie Lazar
    Theatre Coordinator and Technical Director
    (905) 727-3178 x332
    York University - Bachelor of Fine Arts
    Bio
     
    Jacquie Lazar is a graduate of York University's Theatre Production Program and has a Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours Degree in Theatre Production. She has spent the last 13 years working alongside some of the best and brightest in the theatre industry. As with most theatre artists much of her early career was spent as a freelance and contract worker, which allowed her to gain a foot in the door. Over the last decade, Jacquie worked all over the province in different theatres bringing shows to various cities and towns. Career highlights include five seasons as the Head Electrician for Young People's Theatre in Toronto, Production Managing Nuit Blanche North in Huntsville, Production Manager and Technical Director for On the Rocks, and Production Manager for Book of Judith. For the past few years, Jacquie was Technical Director at St. Michael's College School in Toronto, a position that prepared her for her role as Theatre Coordinator and Technical Director at St. Andrew's College. She is a board member for Shadowpath Theatre and a soon to be member of the Innisfil Arts, Culture and Heritage Council.  She considers herself extremely lucky to have the career she has had and is looking forward to more adventures here at St Andrew's College!
  • Pamela Lent
    Faculty
  • Scott Lewis
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x432
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Arts
    Osgoode - Bachelor of Laws
    Western - Bachelor of Education
    Western - Master of Education
    Bio
     
    Scott Lewis joined the faculty in 2003 as a math teacher in the Middle School.  He holds a BA from Queen’s University, an LLB from Osgoode Hall and both a B.Ed. and an M.Ed from The University of Western Ontario.  Before starting at St. Andrew’s, Scott taught at Montcrest School in Toronto for six years.  In addition to teaching mathematics, he also coaches soccer and basketball, coordinates the Middle School mathematics competitions, and teaches an online law course. Scott lives in Newmarket with his wife Kathryn, a teacher with YRDSB, and their two daughters, Rhiannon and Rebecca.
  • Lori Lu
    Librarian
    (905) 727-3178 x274
  • Sean Ludwig
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x308
    Laurentian University - Bachelor of Commerce
    University of Windsor - M.H.K.
    Brock University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Sean Ludwig joined the faculty in 2006 as a business teacher in the Upper School. He obtained his B.Comm. from Laurentian University, his MHK from the University of Windsor, and a B.Ed from Brock University. As the Course Director for the McEwen Leadership Program, an academic program modeled after the vision of Rob McEwen ’69, Sean provides students with the opportunity to develop leadership skills and apply them to ‘real-world’ business simulations. He is Coach of the Varsity Basketball team and serves as the School’s Sports Conditioning Specialist. He lives in Newmarket with his wife and SAC Middle School teacher, Whitney Elliott, and their daughter, Avery. 
  • Emilia Macdonald
    Faculty
  • James MacPherson
    Housemaster, Flavelle House
    (905) 727-3178 x262
    Acadia University - Bachelor of Arts
    New Zealand - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    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. Prior to 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 U16 Football team and also coaches the JV Hockey team. He lives on campus as a Housemaster of Flavelle House.
  • Lucas Madill
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x464
    McGill University - Bachelor of Education
    University of New Brunswick - Master of Science
    University of New Brunswick - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Lucas Madill joined St. Andrew's College in September 2015 as an English and social sciences teacher in the Upper School. Prior to coming to SAC, he taught grade 11 English and grade 12 social sciences at an independent high school in Ontario. Lucas has both 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. He also holds a B.Ed in Kinesiology from McGill University. Lucas played hockey at both McGill and UNB and was an academic-all Canadian at both institutions. After his playing career ended, Lucas began coaching at UNB where won a CIS National Championship as an assistant coach of the men’s hockey team.
  • David Manning
    Faculty, First Hockey Coach
    (905) 727-3178 x299
    Colby College - Bachelor of Arts
    Memorial University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    David Manning joined the faculty in 2006, having previously taught with the Eastern School District and St. Bonaventure’s College in St. John’s, Newfoundland. David earned a BA from Colby College in Maine and a B.Ed. 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 is currently working on his master’s degree in Education. 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 in Campbell House with his wife, Nicole.
  • Wendy Marshall
    Reception /Cadets
    (905) 727-3178 x221
  • Brian McCue
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x292
    Western - Bachelor of Music
    McGill University - Master of Music
    Bio
     
    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.
  • Jim McGillivray
    Teacher, Director of the Pipes & Drums
    (905) 727-3178 x243
    Wilfrid Laurier - Bachelor of Arts
    Bio
     
    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 renown and respected piper, pipe teacher and musical authority world-wide, he takes great pride in the performing standard of the Pipes & Drums and his solo pipers, and in knowing his students leave St. Andrew’s with a lifetime hobby. Before joining St. Andrew’s, Jim spent 15 years as a professional business writer. In addition to publishing in piping trade publications around the world, he continues to practice those skills as the main writer of feature stories and profiles for the alumni magazine, The Andrean. Jim lives in Aurora with his two children. For more information on Jim's piping career click here.
  • Beth McKay
    Chief Financial Officer
    (905) 727-3178 x229
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Arts
    Bio
     
    Beth has been the CFO and Director of Finance & Operations for St. Andrew’s College since March, 1998. Prior to this, she was a municipal administrator in York Region and Simcoe County (Oro-Medonte, Tiny and East Gwillimbury). She holds a degree from Queen’s University in Political Science, a diploma from St. Lawrence College in Business - Accounting and has a CPA-CMA designation. She has been active in both CAIS and TABS organizations and works closely with the Board of Governors at the School on long-term financial planning and analysis. She resides on campus, and she loves golf, curling, travel, and writing. Her son, Richard Oosthuizen’05, is an Old Boy.
  • Nancy McMurray
    Assistant to the Director of Food Services
    (905) 727-3178 x250
  • Natalie McNair
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x429
    Bio
     
    Natalie McNair joined SAC in 2010 as a Core French and Canadian history teacher in the Upper School. She holds a BA in French from the University of Victoria and a M.Ed. from D'Youville College. Natalie has recently assisted with the planning of new French courses in the Middle School in accordance to the new curriculum. She lives in Kleinburg with her husband, Jeff, and daughter, Charlotte, and loves spending time at the cottage and travelling whenever time permits.
  • Joel Morrissey
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x404
    University of Ottawa - Bachelor of Science
    Trent University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    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, as well as ultimate Frisbee. Joel is a coach for JV Hockey and 1st Lacrosse. Joel and his wife, Hannah, live in Toronto.
  • Paul Mosey
    School Photographer
  • Kris Mulholland
    Health Centre
    (905) 727-3178 x276
  • Wendy Muratoff
    Executive Assistant to the Headmaster
    (905) 727-3178 x223
    Seneca College - Office Systems Operations
    Bio
     
    Wendy graduated from the Office Systems Operations (OSO) program at Seneca College in 1999. Starting out 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, and was promoted to the Administration Associate Upper School in 2006, where she focused on ensuring effective administration of US operations and procedures. Throughout this time, Wendy was a member of the School’s Administration Team, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the School, and a member of the Admission Committee, responsible for reviewing and recommending US applicants.
    In March 2011, Wendy was promoted to Executive Assistant to the Headmaster.In this role she provides assistance to the Headmaster 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, and their daughter Samantha and son Kyle.
  • John Murray
    Strength & Conditioning Coach
    (905) 727-3178 x409
  • Nicole Nascimento
    Faculty
    Bio
     
    Nicole Nascimento joined the SAC faculty in 2014 as a Modern Language teacher and teaches German. She prepares students for the AP Exam and the Deutsches Sprachdiplom (DSD) Exam. She holds a BA (Hons.) and MA in German Language and Literature from the University of Toronto, an International MBA from the Schulich School of Business, a Business German Diploma from the Goethe Institut, and is PMP certified. As a TA, Nicole taught first and second year German at Trinity College, University of Toronto. Nicole has experience teaching German at private Language Schools in London and Richmond Hill.She created a German-Canadian student exchange program. As a professional consultant, Nicole taught a four-week new consultant program for the Andersen University in St. Charles, Illinois. She has a variety of international work experience, including jobs in Munich and Köln, Germany. Her industry experience includes consulting, manufacturing, IT, telecommunication, and education. Nicole was born in Germany and lives in Aurora with her husband and daughter.
  • Claudio Numa
    Department Head, Modern Languages
    (905) 727-3178 x277
    McGill University - Bachelor of Arts
    Université de Montréal - Teaching Certificate
    Bio
     
    Claudio Numa joined SAC in 2003 as Head of Modern Languages in the Upper School where he teaches French and Spanish. He holds a BA and a Teaching Certificate from  Université de Montréal. Prior to his career at SAC, he taught languages and film studies for five years at Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School in Alberta. Claudio is involved in planning, organizing, and managing school trips to various French and Spanish-speaking locations, including the St. Donat, Que., trip. He has played an integral role in the successful launch of the Extended French program. Claudio coaches 1st Volleyball and U14 Squash, and is currently living on campus.
  • Mrs. Robyn O'Hare
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x427
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Science
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Robyn O’Hare joined the faculty in 2000 as a math and science teacher in the Middle School. She earned a B.Sc.(Hons.) in biology from Queen’s University and a B.Ed. from OISE, University of Toronto as a science specialist. Robyn has spent numerous summers as a tennis instructor and has worked for the World Wildlife Fund Canada. Robyn has done extensive field work and research in the area of avian behaviour and conservation. Outside of the classroom, Robyn helps run the Drama Club and she coaches the Middle School house league and U14 Tennis teams. Robyn lives in Newmarket with her husband, Ron, and their four children, Andrew, Sarah, Grace, and Eden.
  • Garry Page
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x315
  • Mr. Michael Paluch
    Assistant Headmaster, Director of Academics
    905-727-3178
    Western - Bachelor of Arts
    Western - Bachelor of Education
    Western - Master of Arts
    Bio
     
    Michael Paluch joined the SAC faculty in September of 2006 as Head of the English Department. Since that time, he has held the position of Director of Academics and Assistant Headmaster, Academics, respectively. Michael started his teaching career at Union School in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and subsequently taught English at Bishop's College School and The Country Day School. No stranger to the all-boys experience, Michael served as the Program Director at Ponacka, a boys' residential summer camp on Lake Baptiste, Ont. A member of the Leadership Team, Michael is responsible for the formation, articulation, and interpretation of all aspects of the academic program. He leads the faculty in the areas of curriculum, academic policy and vision, and professional development. In addition to his administrative role, Michael teaches English, serves as the Public Speaking and Debating coach, and supports all aspects of the Centre for Learning and Teaching.
  • Chris Papalia
    Housemaster, Laidlaw House
    (905) 727-3178 x304
    Macalester College - Bachelor of Arts
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Chris Papalia begins his fourth year as faculty at St. Andrew’s College after three years teaching in Durham. At St. Andrew’s, he has taught mathematics and science in the Upper School, while working as an Assistant Housemaster in Sifton House and coaching with the First Baseball and JV Hockey teams. This past year, Chris transitioned out of Residential Life and became the day boy Housemaster of Laidlaw House, where he will continue his responsibilities this year. In addition, Chris will teach in the Mathematics Department this year and coach First Hockey and First Baseball. While studying physics at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, Chris competed at shortstop for the varsity baseball team and was the shortstop with the University of Toronto Varsity Blues during his B.Ed. program. This year, he will return to OISE part time to begin studying for his Master of Education in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning. Chris has been an active participant in youth baseball for the past eight years and has both coached and played in the Canadian championships, most recently with Ontario at the Under-17 Baseball Canada Cup this summer. He lives on campus and enjoys staying active, reading, and golfing.
  • Kim Parry
    (905) 727-3178 x254
  • Norm Pfenning
    Athletics Manager
  • David Pontone
    Head Chef
    (905) 727-3178 x323
  • Emma Porter
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x413
    Guelph University - Bachelor of Arts
    Bio
     
    Emma Porter joined the Moderns Department in September 2012 to teach AP and Extended French. Emma has French in the Middle School, and has now officially taught all grades 5-12 here at SAC. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Guelph University with a major in French, and holds intermediate/senior qualifications in the same. Emma also has her Masters in Behavioural Sciences, her thesis based on behavioural issues in boys. She is currently working on starting her PhD in Education from the University of Toronto. Emma has coached and played soccer at the provincial level. At SAC, Emma coaches the U13A Soccer team and the U13A Basketball team. Emma lives in Bradford with her husband, Jeff, and son, Dean.
  • Terry Prezens
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x411
    Bio
     
    Terry Prezens joined the faculty in 2005 and teaches computer science and computer engineering in the Upper School. He holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science and Cognitive Science, and a B.Ed. from the University of Toronto. Terry has taught computer science courses through Continuing Education Programs and courses on Computer Engineering at Centennial College. He also has experience writing several textbooks on computer programming. Prior to his career at SAC, he taught all-girls at St. Clement’s School in Toronto. By combining his passions for sports and technology, Terry created a co-curricular Robotics Club, where students were given the opportunity to design and build mini-autonomous robots that competed in national and international soccer competitions. The club was so successful it became a course, and in 2010 one of his teams finished first in the world in the Superteam division of  the RoboCup Jr. soccer competition. He also oversees the Computer Programming Club. Terry has more than a decade of high school coaching experience and this year will be coaching the U16 Football and U13 Rugby teams. He lives in Markham with his wife, Kathy, and their daughter, Kiana.
    Coach Prezens has only been at St. Andrew’s College for six years, but has found his niche as Defensive Backs coach for U16 Football. Prior to coming to St. Andrew’s he was involved at the First Football level with a team that went on to become the Golden Horseshoe champions. He brings his years of Rugby coaching to the defense and strives to make his DB’s great tacklers. He remembers learning years ago from a previous mentor that, “offense might score points, it is the defence that will win games.”
  • Wendy Pries
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x302
    Carleton University - Bachelor of Arts
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Wendy joined the SAC faculty in 1994 as a part-time French and ESL teacher. She holds a B.A. in Linguistics,with an emphasis on second language teaching from Carleton University, and a B.Ed. from the University of Toronto. Prior to working at SAC, Wendy taught English to foreigners in Toronto, Saskatchewan and Guatemala. Wendy now holds the position of Community Service Coordinator, where she oversees the Community Service Council and promotes volunteerism. Wendy lives in Newmarket with her husband and three children.
  • Keith Ramon
    Housemaster, Sifton House
    (905) 727-3178 x442
    Trent University - Bachelor of Arts
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Keith Ramon began teaching English at St. Andrew’s College in 2002. He holds a BA (Hons) from Trent University, a B.Ed. from Queen’s University, and an Honours Specialist from the University of Toronto. Keith is an active athlete and continues to compete in Ironman triathlons throughout North America. He is the head coach of the triathlon team, and also coaches cross-country running, Nordic skiing, biathlon, and weight training. Keith is also a Senior Course Officer for the #142 Highland Cadet Corps and involved in the Duke of Edinburgh Award as an organizer of various outdoor pursuits. Keith is the Housemaster of Sifton House and is responsible for the 60 boys that live in his care. He lives with his wife, Melissa, a teacher in the Middle School, and his two young children.
  • Melissa Ramon
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x419
    Trent University - Bachelor of Arts
    Trent University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Melissa Ramon began her teaching career at SAC in 2005 as a history teacher in the Middle School. In 2013, she was appointed chair of SAC's Information Technology Integration (ITi) Committee. She received her BA and B.Ed. from Trent University and an Honours Specialist from the University of Toronto. Melissa and her husband, Keith, a Housemaster and English teacher in the Upper School, live in Sifton House with their sons, Owen and Duncan.
  • Mr. Gregory Reid
    Assistant Headmaster
    (905) 727-3178 x258
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Arts
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Education
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Physical Education
    University of Toronto - Master of Education
    Bio
     
    Greg joined the faculty of St. Andrew's College in 2000 as Director of Athletics and was promoted to Assistant Headmaster (School Life and Operations) in September 2012. His current responsibilities include overseeing all aspects of student life, leadership, and discipline.
    He earned BA, B.P.H.E.(Hons.) and B.Ed. degrees from Queen’s University and completed an M.Ed. degree in Educational Administration at OISE, University of Toronto. Greg is also a graduate of the CAIS Leadership Institute and holds the professional designation of Certified Athletic Administrator (CAA).
    Greg has an extensive teaching background, having taught physical and health education, outdoor ed., special ed., co-op ed., mathematics, geography, and science, at both the elementary and secondary levels in four schools in York Region. Prior to moving to SAC, he was the Head of P.H.E. and the Elite Athlete Program at King City Secondary School. He is a past President of the York Region Athletic Association (YRAA), past Chair of the Conference of Independent Schools’ Athletic Association (CISAA) and held the position of Boys' OFSAA representative for six years. Greg has convened and hosted numerous CAIS and OFSAA tournaments at SAC and is a past Chair of the OFSAA Sport Advisory Committee for lacrosse.
    Greg has been the Head Coach of St. Andrew's 1st Lacrosse team since 2004, winning numerous tournaments and championships including nine straight OFSAA appearances and five OFSAA medals (gold in 2007). He has coached hockey at all levels and is currently an assistant coach with SAC's JV Hockey team. Greg assisted in the design of the School's upper fields project, which resulted in the outstanding Yuill Family Athletic Complex, and recently consulted on the design and construction of the School's new La Brier Family Arena.
    Greg was an assistant coach in the Team Ontario Field Lacrosse program for four years, volunteers his time coaching hockey and lacrosse in the community, and is currently the Director of High School Teams for Evolve Elite Lacrosse. He holds multiple coaching certifications as well as qualifications in scuba, canoeing, and challenge course management. As a retired Sergeant-Major in the Infantry and Armoured Reserves, Greg takes a special interest in the Cadet Corps program where he holds the rank of Lieutenant.
    Greg lives with his wife, Chryssi (an elementary school teacher), and their two sons, Bowen (SAC '15, Queen's '19) and Brayden (SAC '18).
  • John Richardson
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x445
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Music
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    John Richardson joined the faculty of St. Andrew’s in 2004, teaching music in the Middle School. He holds a B.Mus. and B.Ed. from the University of Toronto, and taught at Crescent School in Toronto before coming to St. Andrew’s. John organizes and directs many student groups, such as the Middle School Band, Middle School Jazz Band, and the Junior Cadet Band. He also co-coaches the Under-13 Tier 1 Soccer Team in the fall. When John is not working in the Music Department, he can be found playing soccer or basketball with the students, or listening to music. John lives in Barrie with his wife, Julie, and their three children: Jasmine, Jaden, and Jordyn.
  • Bruce Roffey
    Chaplain
    (905) 727-3178 x267
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Science
    University of Toronto - Masters in Divinity
    University of Toronto - Master of Science
    Bio
     
    Bruce Roffey joined St. Andrew’s in 2002 as Chaplain. He holds a B.Sc., M.Sc. and M.Div. from the University of Toronto. In addition to his liturgical responsibilities in Chapel, he counsels students through the Health Department, works in the University Counselling Office focusing on Supplementary Applications and Scholarships, assists with the Community Service Council, and is an Advisor for the Upper School. In past years, he has taught courses on world religions and careers in the Upper School. Previously, Bruce worked as an Interim-Minister at Northminister United Church, six years on the Ministry team at Aurora United Church, seven years as a Conference Minister with the Toronto Conference of The United Church of Canada, five years as Minister of St. Matthew’s United Church, Richmond Hill, and five years at Woodville Pastoral Charge. Being involved with the Community Service Council has given him the opportunity to participate in numerous volunteer initiatives. Bruce lives in Richmond Hill with his wife, Gaylia, and their daughter Deanna.
  • Claudia Rose-Donahoe
    (905) 727-3178 x420
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Arts
    Western - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Claudia has been teaching at SAC since 2003. Although she has experience teaching grades 5-10 at SAC and being a Middle School teacher librarian, her favourite teaching assignment by far is her current one: grade 5 core. She loves teaching boys of this age and thoroughly enjoys the variety of teaching them numerous subjects such as: language arts, math, social studies, visual art, and drama. Currently, Claudia is the Middle School GLC co-ordinator and the U12 softball coach.
  • Roger Routledge
    (905) 727-3178 x255
  • Kim Rowe
    Campus Shop
  • Mr. Michael Roy
    Director of Admission, Marketing & Business Development
    905-727-3178
    Bio
     
    Michael Roy attended SAC as a boarding student, graduating in 1985. He was a House Captain, member of Memorial House and played Varsity hockey, volleyball and JV football.
    A graduate of Mount Allison University, he holds a BA with a major in English Literature and a minor in Business Marketing.
    Michael joined St. Andrew's College in the Advancement Office in 1996 after a career in corporate Canada which included stops at Canadian Tire Corporate Office and hockey manufacturer Bauer Inc. Originally hired to oversee the School's Centennial celebration, Michael was also responsible for Old Boys and Parents Annual Giving, alumni relations and was a Major Gift solicitor within the School's Campus Master Plan team. In 2003 he was promoted to the Director of Admission post managing all elements of enrolment and financial aid. In November of 2010 he added Marketing and Business Development to his portfolio.
    He coached the SAC Varsity Hockey team for three season's winning a CISAA championship in 2001.
    Michael is married to Susan and has two children Nolan and Karsen. Nolan is currently in grade 11 at SAC.
  • Steve D. Rush
    Director of Information Technology, Head of Computer Science
    (905) 727-3178 x265
    Western - Bachelor of Arts
    Bio
     
    Steve began his teaching career at St. Andrew’s in 1988. He has a BA in Economics and Computer Science from The University of Western Ontario and is an Honours Specialist in Philosophy. Steve is currently the Director of IT and the Head of Computer Science and teaches two courses on Philosophy in grades 11 and 12. He is also Coach of the Varsity and Intramural Squash teams, and is devoted to developing junior squash players at the school. He has coached U14 Hockey, U16 Football and Varsity Football, where he was part of three CISAA Championship teams.  He competes provincially in masters squash tournaments and has been ranked as high as 3rd in the province. Steve lives in Newmarket with his wife, Paula, an English literature and drama teacher at Newmarket High School, and their five children: Colleen, Stephen, Kevin '12, Brendan '17, and Nolan.
  • Samantha Scheepers
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x457
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Arts
    University of Toronto - Master of Education
    Bio
     
    Samantha Scheepers joined the St. Andrew’s faculty in 2012 as an English teacher in the Upper School. She holds a Master’s of Education, specializing in metacognition and reading comprehension, as well as a BA (Hons.) with high distinction in English and Renaissance Studies from the University of Toronto. She has recently completed a teaching fellowship focused on leadership in Independent Schools at Columbia University. Samantha has enjoyed experiences working with both Upper and Middle school students having taught at Havergal College, John M. Denison Secondary School, and Lawrence Heights, as well as working as the Director of Literary Camps at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. She is the faculty advisor for SAC’s literary magazine, The Thistle, and SAC Students for Social justice, as well as the assistant senior debate coach. She coaches Cross-Country and U13 Rugby.
  • William Scoular
    Department Head, Drama
    (905) 727-3178 x422
    Oxford - Bachelor of Arts
    Oxford - Master of Arts
    Bio
     
    William Scoular joined the faculty of St. Andrew’s in 1987. He is a graduate of Oxford University where he received a BA and MA in English Language and Literature. William is now Head of the Drama Department and teaches English and theatre studies in the Upper School. He has directed more than 25 main stage productions and over 60 plays for the annual FOCUS Festival of the Arts, a celebration of the arts he founded 20 years ago.  William is also author of Not An Ordinary Place, co-author of A Question of Guilt, and editor of Secret Agent: The Selected Journals and Letters of Harry Somers.
  • Greg Shields
    Housemaster, Ramsey House
    (905) 727-3178 x423
    Guelph University - Bachelor of Science
    Western - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Greg Shields joined the faculty in 1988 as a general science and biology teacher in the Upper School. He has a B.Sc. from the University of Guelph and a B.Ed. from Western University and his Specialist qualifications in Guidance from Queen's University. Before coming to St. Andrew’s, Greg spent three years teaching overseas in the International School of Brussels. Greg is the Housemaster of Ramsey House, and a former faculty member of the Board of Governors. He also coaches 1st Rugby and assists with the football program. Greg lives in Aurora with his wife, Anne, and two sons, William '17 and Joseph ’15.
  • Courtenay Shrimpton
    Assistant Headmaster
    (905) 727-3178 x307
    McGill University - Bachelor of Arts
    McGill University - Bachelor of Education
    Royal Roads University - Master of Arts
    Bio
     
    Courtenay Shrimpton joined SAC in 1999 as a history teacher and Housemaster of Flavelle. He holds a BA and B.Ed. from McGill University, and a master's degree in Leadership from Royal Roads University.
    Previously the Dean of Students at Lower Canada College, Courtenay has served as the Assistant Headmaster, Student Life at SAC for eight years, and for the past two has taken on the responsibilities of Assistant Headmaster, Upper School and Strategic Development. In this capacity, Courtenay oversees the Upper School, its faculty, and students. He oversees the administration team and works closely with department heads. His primary responsibility is for the professional growth and development process for faculty and works closely with the Assistant Headmaster, Academics in many areas of school life. Additionally, he is responsible for the coordination and direction of strategic initiatives at the School, from operational to strategic planning (2011-2016) and the execution and management of Campus Master Plan II.
    He coaches 1st Football and 1st Basketball and volunteers as a coach with two community provincial rep. basketball teams. He has completed his CAIS Leadership Institute Diploma and writes and teaches extensively on independent school leadership.
    Courtenay lives in Aurora with his wife, Leslie, also a teacher, and their three girls.
  • Angela Slessor
    Faculty
  • Lori Smith
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x403
    Bio
     
    Lori Smith joined the faculty at St. Andrew’s College in 2011 as a math and science teacher in the Middle School. She holds an Honours BA from York University and a B.Ed. from the University of Toronto. Lori coaches the Track & Field team in the spring and runs the winter House League program. She lives in Newmarket with her husband, Landon, and son Hunter.
  • Dave Stewart
    Department Head, History & Social Science
    (905) 727-3178 x280
    Bio
     
    David Stewart joined the faculty in 2000 as a history teacher in the Upper School. He holds a BA (Hons.), with a major in history and minor in drama, and a B.Ed. specializing in history from Queen’s University. Prior to coming to St. Andrew’s, he worked at Queen’s University as a Recruitment Officer. David is the Department Head of History and Social Sciences for the Upper School. He has spent 11 years in residence at SAC, first as Assistant Housemaster in Macdonald House then as Housemaster of Flavelle House. He organizes the annual St. Andrew’s College Remembrance Day Ceremony and is a regular contributor at both Upper and Middle School chapel. David is also the principal announcer at major SAC events, including Homecoming and the MacPherson Tournament. Since 2003, David has planned and organized the annual Battlefield Tour to France and Belgium and is currently planning the inaugural Return to the Battlefields Trip for Old Boys and Parents. In 2015, he was the honoured recipient of Biafran Award. This year he will be coaching U16 Football and U14 Hockey. David lives in Newmarket with his wife, Natascia, and their two children, Conor and Hannah.
  • Natascia Stewart
    Associate Director of Admission
    (905) 727-3178 x224
    Bio
     
    Natascia Stewart first joined the Admission Team at St. Andrew's College in 2003. She has steadily grown her portfolio of responsibilities, culminating in a promotion to Associate Director of Admission in 2013. She oversees the re-enrolment of returning students, and the enrolment of new Middle School and Mexican candidates. She and her husband, David Stewart, Department Head of History and former Housemaster, spent 11 years living in both Macdonald House and Flavelle House. This experience provided her with a comprehensive understanding of SAC's Residential program. A graduate of MacMaster University, she holds a B.Sc. with a major in Biology and a minor in Anthropology. 
  • Katie Still
    Faculty
  • Jarryd Stock
    Admission Officer
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  • Joanne Stock
    Campus Shop Manager
    (905) 727-3178 x279
  • Stuart Swan
    Head, University Counselling
    (905) 727-3178 x275
    University of Exeter - Bachelor of Education
    University of Toronto - Master of Education
    Bio
     
    Stuart joined the faculty in 1984 as a geography and English teacher in the Upper School. He received his B.Ed.(Hons.) from the University of Exeter and M.Ed. from the University of Toronto. Stuart spent nine years teaching in England and Victoria, B.C. before coming to St. Andrew’s. In 1999, he transitioned to the University Counselling Office and is now the Head of the Department, while still finding time to teach courses on careers in the Upper School. He has held the position of the Advanced Placement Coordinator since 1992, and as such, has facilitated the growth and development of the AP Program. Stuart is also involved in the Athletics Department, with a history of coaching Junior and JV Soccer, and was previously Head Coach of Varsity Rugby, which won seven championships under his guidance. Currently, he coaches U14 Rugby. Stuart lives in Aurora with his wife Mary and their two cats.
  • Melissa Tackaberry
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x425
    University of Windsor - Bachelor of Arts
    University of Windsor - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Melissa Tackaberry started at St. Andrew’s in 2001 as a math teacher in the Upper School. She holds a BA and BEd from the University of Windsor and previously taught in the Simcoe Country District School Board. She is the faculty advisor for the Student Outreach Council, chairs the Standing Committee for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, coordinates the Experts In Us program, and is a member of the Board of Directors. She runs the Holiday Heroes program in conjunction with the York Region Children's Aid Society. 
  • Amanda Thorne
    Academic Support Coordinator
    (905) 727-3178 x236
    University of Waterloo - Bachelor of Science
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Education
    Nipissing University - Master of Education
    Bio
     
    Amanda Thorne joined St. Andrew’s in 2001 as a science teacher in the Upper School. She holds a B.Sc. from the University of Waterloo, a B.Ed. from Queen’s University, and an M.Ed. from Nipissing University. Prior to joining the faculty at SAC, Amanda taught courses in chemistry and biology at Sutton District High School with the YRDSB. She currently holds the position of Learning Resource Specialist and coordinator of the Guided Learning Centre, and teaches two sections of grade 12 chemistry.
  • Paul Totera
    Assistant Housemaster, Macdonald House
    (905) 727-3178 x313
    University of Victoria - Bachelor of Science
    Lakehead University - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    After teaching math and science for one year at another independent school, Paul Totera joined the SAC faculty in 2010. He received his B.Sc. in Environmental Science from the University of Victoria and his B.Ed. from Lakehead University. At SAC he has taught Grade 9 and 10 science and Civics in the Upper School and, as a former Cadet himself, he is a Senior Course Officer for the 142 St. Andrew's College Highland Cadet Corps. As well as his  involvement with the Duke of Edinburgh Award program, he has coached a number of teams including U16 badminton, U14 and U16 soccer, and U14 squash, and works with the Middle School concert band. He also coordinated the residential evening program from 2010-2012. He is currently an Assistant Housemaster in Macdonald House and teaches science in the Middle School.
  • Matthew Trevisan
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x428
    Queen's University - Bachelor of Arts
    University of Toronto - Bachelor of Education
    Bio
     
    Matthew Trevisan joined the St. Andrew's faculty in 2010 as an English teacher in the Upper School. He has a BA (Hons.) from Queen's University and a B.Ed from OISE's inner city program. Before coming to SAC, Matthew wrote for The Globe and MailCTVOlympics.ca, and the Kingston Whig-Standard.
  • Nick Tsioros
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x402
    Bio
     
    Nick Tsioros began his teaching career at St. Andrew’s in 1994 teaching health and physical education to grade 9 students and courses in exercise science for grade 12 students. He holds a B.Sc. and M.Ed. from Boston University and is a graduate of SAC from the Class of 1988. Nick was a competitive distance runner for many years, and as a junior athlete he represented Canada at several World Cross Country and Track Championships. In 1996, he was ranked 5th in Canada and narrowly missed making the Olympic team for the marathon. He coaches the Varsity Cross Country and Track & Field teams, and in his free time he also finds time to coach for the Newmarket Huskies Running Club. Nick lives in Aurora with his family.
  • Heather Tugnett
    Head Athletic Therapist
    (905) 727-3178 x306
    Bio
     
    Heather Tugnett MSc, R.Kin, CAT(C)
    Head Athletic Therapist
    Heather Tugnett became a full-time Athletic Therapist (AT) at St. Andrew’s College in September 2011. She became Head Athletic Therapist in 2015 and enjoys providing field and clinical care to the students of St. Andrew’s College as well as mentoring athletic therapy students as they prepare for certification in the profession of Athletic Therapy. Heather holds an Honours BA in Kinesiology from Wilfrid Laurier University (2008) and a Bachelor of Applied Health Science (Athletic Therapy) degree from Sheridan College (2011). Heather is a Certified Athletic Therapist and a Registered Kinesiologist, and has recently completed her master’s degree in Rehabilitation Science through McMaster University. 
  • Sharen Turner
    Parent Liaison & Event Coordinator
    (905) 727-3178 x278
  • Susan Van Dam
    Payroll and Benefits Coordinator
    (905) 727-3178 x228
  • Cindy Veitch
    Communications Officer
    (905) 727-3178 x237
  • John Walsh
    Network Systems Administrator
    (905) 727-3178 x290
    Trent University - Bachelor of Science
    Fleming College - Diploma
  • Nicholas Weedon
    Old Boy Officer
    (905) 727-3178 x321
    Western - Bachelor of Political Science
  • Tanya Weedon
    University Counselling Assistant
    (905) 727-3178 x240
  • Rebecca Williams
    Administrative Assistant, Upper School
    (905) 727-3178 x370
  • Julie Wilson
    Stewardship & Planned Giving Officer
    (905) 727-3178 x296
    George Brown College - Gerontology Diploma
  • Carolyn Wint
    Health Centre
    (905) 727-3178 x276
  • Shelly Wong
    Accounts Payable
    (905) 727-3178 x286
  • Matthew Wyatt
    Faculty
    (905) 727-3178 x438
    Lakehead University - Bachelor of Fine Arts
    Transart Institute (Berlin/NYC) - Master of Fine Arts
    Bio
     
    Matt Wyatt joined the faculty in 2014. He holds an Masters in Fine Art in New Media from Transart Institute (Berlin/NYC) and an Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons.) in Visual Arts (Studio) from Lakehead University. Prior to joining St. Andrew's, he taught art and English in Tokyo, Japan, where he lived for six years. Outside of teaching, he has worked in musical performance, marketing, and design, and he also maintains a fine art painting practice. Matt joined the visual arts team to help broaden students' visual arts experiences and understanding of contemporary art. In 2015, he helped design and introduce the new broadcast journalism course and student news program. Matt lives on campus with his wife, Nao, and their two children, Hana and Ryu.
  • Grace Wyvill
    Director of Food Services
    (905) 727-3178 x251
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