Behind the wheel, driving our ongoing mission to embrace personalized learning and innovation is Matt Moran.
Our expert faculty members are dedicated to cultivating the spark of genius in every child. Get to know a few and read their stories.
The college application process can be daunting, but guiding families through it is Jill Ortman's specialty.
Chris Beddows is dedicated to helping students develop into the best learners they can be, by encouraging them to ask questions, make mistakes, and express their understanding in their own unique style.
For Chris Allen, it is imperative that young children have a positive and nurturing experience from their first moments in the classroom.
For Michael Wiesenfeld, nothing captivates like a great story — whether written by Shakespeare, H.G. Wells, or brought to life before one's eyes dramatically in a court of law.
Lower School Music Teacher Vita Zambetti's lifelong love of music and artistic expression led her on an eventful journey from her early years in Siberia to the U.S. — and ultimately to Dwight.
Dwight's commitment to global vision is evident in Andre Theisen's Middle School classrooms, as he teaches English literature and history through the lens of a world traveler. We sat down with Mr. Theisen, who taught at schools in Japan and Costa Rica before the US, to learn how he encourages students to always have a global perspective, pursue a diversity of experiences, and never cease to be curious.
Dwight has long been ahead of the curve in introducing innovative programs, so it's no wonder that Dwight was among the first international schools to introduce IB courses online. Heading up this exciting initiative is Jaya Bhavnani, who first came to Dwight in 2010 to teach mathematics.
A love of dancing led Martha Hirschman into the halls of teaching and ultimately to Dwight, where she has been Head of Lower School for the last five years.