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A Letter to the Episcopal Community

At the conclusion of the 2020-2021 School Year, I will be stepping away from my alma mater of Episcopal High School of Alexandria, Virginia. My introduction of EHS began back in 1997. I knew that the path of boarding school would be an experience unlike any other, but I did not know that it would consist of returning as a coach, mentor, Admission Officer, Dorm Parent, Dorm Head and so much more!

This summer, my family and I will be moving to Seattle, Washington. My wife, Lauren will be working for a wonderful company in Seattle, and I will be serving as an Upper School Dean of Students at Seattle Academy of the Arts and Sciences (SAAS).

This announcement is certainly not a goodbye, but more so a see you later. As a graduate of EHS, I will continue to represent the High School to the fullest. I will remain dedicated to the pursuit of education for all students no matter race, socioeconomic differences, religious/ nonreligious affiliation, political party, sexual orientation, sexual preference and etc.

Finally, I will continue to uphold what it means to be the Portrait of An Episcopal Graduate.

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