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Faculty and Staff

Meet Our K-12 Leaders of Learning

Wildwood students K-12 are inspired and supported by an exceptional faculty and staff who are committed to nurturing each student’s sense of self and preparing them for the changing world that awaits.

From published authors to grant recipients, professional athletes, and performing artists (including one GRAMMY winner), they are experts in their fields and passionate about what they do. 

A Diverse Community of Educators

As educators, Wildwood faculty and staff are dedicated and highly qualified. As mentors, they foster curiosity and prepare our students to challenge themselves as students, changemakers, and global citizens. 

Reflecting our commitment to the values of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging, our faculty and staff bring rich and varied social, economic, and racial backgrounds to our school community, enriching the learning experience for all. 

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Fulbright Distinguished Award winner and math teacher Dr. Sabrina Goldberg publishes her research of the Finnish education system in the Journal of Global Education and Research.


Director of Upper School Dr. Joanie Banks-Hunt (second from left) was a featured panelist at the Society of Women Engineers national conference, WE2022.


Science teacher Christine Wheaton explored ecology and conservation efforts in Belize, thanks to Wildwood's Research Exploration and Advancement Program (REAP).


Wildwood School music teacher Itai Disraeli wins a Grammy. Itai's band Opium Moon won a Grammy for Best New Age Album!


Visual Arts Teacher Laura Forsythe was recognized by Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Laura was honored for her exceptional visual and digital arts instruction.

Wildwood faculty and staff are committed to supporting each student's academic curiosity and encouraging exploration of new ideas and interests.


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