Katie Wareheim

Director of Admission & Enrollment Management


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As a child, my parents instilled in me the value of education and the importance of being a lifelong learner. It is only fitting that I find myself still going to school each day!

Life in the admission office is always interesting, and no two days are the same. I enjoy meeting the children who visit and watching their eyes light up as they discover St. James for the first time. Choosing a school is an incredibly important decision, and it is so special to have opportunities to work with prospective families throughout this journey. Visitors will find that St. James provides not only an excellent educational foundation for their children but also a warm and supportive community for their entire family. I am so thankful to be a part of it!

Courtney Fox

Kindergarten Teacher 


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Prior to coming to St. James Academy, I was a Homeroom teacher at RPCS for nine years. After taking some time off to stay home with my two boys, I was eager to get back into the classroom. I feel very fortunate to be a part of this extremely dedicated faculty and caring community. It’s going to be a fantastic year.


Megan Anecharico

PreK Teacher 


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My relationship with St. James first began as a parent.  We were on a journey to find the right school for our sons and we were fortunate to land in a place that we now think of as “home.”  Now as a teacher at SJA, I recognize it as a place where I can connect with my students, excite them to learn new things, and help them explore their own ideas.  I LOVE teaching PreKindergarten.  I LOVE all of the “first” moments: the students realizing their independence, tying a shoe, reading for the first time, writing a word and then a sentence, finding their voice, and making a true friend.  I LOVE PreKindergarten because I believe in a little noise, a lot of laughter, and tons of fun and learning!  It is an honor to educate the young minds at SJA!

Ian Clark

Lower School Head


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I feel so fortunate that my journey through schools internationally has brought my family and me to St. James Academy. My parents were educators in the UK, and their love of the role inspired me to follow in their footsteps; the best decision I ever made!

As Lower School Head here at SJA, I am working with a truly dedicated and knowledgeable team who keep the children at the center of everything they do. We all believe that children have an innate desire to learn, and as teachers, we must find ways to ignite their interests so that their journey through school is fun, stimulating and encourages them to push their own boundaries; I love to see the engagement in the classroom that can only come from activities that are exciting and intrinsically motivating.

My own children are also growing through the wide-ranging opportunities at SJA, from the classroom to the stage and on the sports fields; they have been introduced to so many new ideas and continue to look for more. It is an honor for me to be part of this special community, and to have a role in the growth of St. James Academy.

Brandi Van Meter

Fifth Grade Teacher


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As a little girl, I can only remember wanting to become a teacher. I attended Saint Mary’s College of Maryland earning my Bachelor of Arts and teaching certification. Shortly after, I attended Loyola College, earning my Master of Education. Throughout my career, I have taught prekindergarten, kindergarten, first, second, third, and now fifth grade. When I’m not in my classroom I love spending time with my family. I have a son, a daughter, and two dogs. They keep me extremely busy. You can also find me out around the Chesapeake Bay on our boat or just finding time to be active and outdoors. I have had the privilege of working at SJA since 2017 and I have embraced the sense of community and enthusiasm that the faculty, families, and students bring to the campus. I look forward to fantastic memories made right here.

Jessica Rurka

Chief Financial Officer & Director of HR


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I am thankful and enthusiastic to be a part of the St. James community! I have 25 yrs. of experience in Accounting and Finance, concentrated in Non-Profit and Education. My skills and expertise have allowed me to implement changes, systems, and processes that have led to efficiencies and cost savings in every organization I have been a part of. In my role at SJA, I oversee Accounting, Budget, Student Accounts, HR, and Flexible Tuition Awards. I truly enjoy supporting SJA families, and I look forward to working with you.


Lucie Pentz

Child Psychologist


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I have always been intrigued by the way children learn, feel, think and perceive the world around them. That fascination naturally led me to become a child psychologist. There is no greater privilege than to accompany and at times to guide a child through the alternately stormy and joyful adventure of growing up. I feel privileged to serve the SJA community at large but also to get to know and help each child on their own journey through life. My hope is that as a community we will empower each child to become a life-long learner who is creative, thoughtful, discerning, generous, curious, and passionate about being an instrument of change in the world, and that we might impart to each student what St. James has described as “the wisdom from above that is first of all pure, peace loving, gentle at all times, willing to yield to others, full of mercy and good deeds.”


Tim Deyesu

Athletic Director


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Athletics have been a major part of my life for as long as I can remember. I cherish the values and work ethic I learned through my own athletic experiences and want to provide a positive environment for St. James student-athletes as they grow and develop in our programs. My goal is to foster a better understanding of what it means to be a successful and healthy young athlete. I look forward to working closely with the parents, children and staff at St. James to create a challenging and fun athletics program that inspires students to try new things, increases confidence within each child, and helps shape the younger athletes. My kids and I are honored to be a part of the St. James family!

Charlotte Riggs

Head of School


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I am honored and excited to begin serving as Head of School at St. James Academy and to join this wonderful school community.

The philosophy of St. James Academy to pursue knowledge, build community, and serve others as children become citizens of a global community both inspires and resonates with me as an educator. I care deeply about an academic environment where children can be challenged and supported in every aspect of their school lives. Drawing from my time in the classroom, on the sidelines, and as an administrator, I am committed to continuing the strong academic tradition at St. James while upholding the importance of fostering outstanding individuals. I am thrilled to be part of an Episcopal school that emphasizes the important balance of knowledge, community, and a global perspective.

I look forward to developing meaningful partnerships: with parents to raise extraordinary young men and women, with faculty and staff who are passionate about teaching and truly care for their students, with a board that is committed to supporting the school with its time and talents, with an administration sharing wisdom and expertise, with our new Rector and the St. James parish, with alumni who care deeply about their alma mater and its success, and with students who are bright, kind, creative, driven, and spirited about this community.


Cheryl Bubier

Lower School Art Teacher  


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I am new to St. James this year and I am very excited to be teaching art in the lower school. I have been a working artist for 25 years showing my paintings and ceramics around the country. I have my M.F.A. from Pratt Institute in New York and am a founding member and the president of the Northern Baltimore County ArtFoundation. I am also continuing to teach art at Monkton Country Day, where I have been for the last three years.

Picasso once said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”  My goal as an art teacher is to have the children remain an artist as long as they can.

Elena Baranowski

Director of Marketing


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I am very excited to be at St. James Academy. It’s a special place that fosters creativity, collaboration, independence, and wonder. I love the passion and enthusiasm that each student brings to our community. I have no doubt that they will be successful leaders in their future endeavors.

In my role as Marketing Director, I have been working with the faculty and staff to create our website! Having the opportunity to showcase what St. James is all about is very exciting! I hope you find our site engaging.

Mary Sullivan

Mary McLaughlin

Fourth Grade Teacher  


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I love to wake up each morning knowing I am going to SJA to teach the future.  Walking the halls, hearing the jibber jabber and laughter puts a huge smile on my face!  Each child brings a unique gift to the class that is embraced and challenged.  Not only do I find it a great place to work, but I also have chosen SJA as a place for both of my children to attend.  The warm, nurturing environment and caring faculty and staff are what make each day absolutely perfect!

Jody Holden

Director of Alumni Relations


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As soon as my husband and I toured SJA, we knew it was where we wanted our children to learn. The halls and classrooms were bright, cheerful, and, most of all, the faculty and students looked so incredibly happy. Our children have graduated from SJA and are now in college -yet the reasons I loved SJA in 2005 are the same reasons I love coming to work each day. The halls and classrooms are filled with dedicated professionals, enthusiastic and engaged students, and an inspiring and supportive Administration. SJA families become part of the SJA community, and our graduates love their Alma Mater. Seeing our graduates as they grow and establish their own lives and families reminds us that past experiences are such an important foundation. As the Director of Alumni Relations, I love connecting with our Alums. Please stop by or call anytime!

Renee, Kelly and Haley relaxing on Federal Hill

Kelly Wilson

Fifth Grade Teacher  


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SJA is a wonderful place to teach! Highly motivated, enthusiastic students share my passion for learning.  My SJA teaching career began as a 3rd grade assistant in 2007; then in 2011, I moved to 5th grade. A sense of community distinguishes St. James from other schools. A nurturing environment with Christian values provides a safe place for students to stretch the limits of curiosity and creativity.

My daughters, Renee and Haley are St. James graduates. We live on a 350-acre dairy farm where we raise registered Holsteins. Among other farm animals, we have over 20 peacocks. I enjoy reading, traveling, and gardening.

Jen Parker

Director of The Academic Center
Primary Wing Reading Specialist


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I feel truly fortunate to have transitioned into a new role as reading specialist here at St. James Academy. I couldn’t have asked for a more welcoming and supportive environment.

Prior to joining the faculty at SJA, I was a classroom teacher for twelve years. Additionally, I supported teachers, school administrators, and public school districts with the provision of specialized instruction.

When our son graduated from Friends School in 2020, I reflected on his journey as a student with dyslexia and how his access to Orton-Gillingham tutoring changed his academic trajectory. I decided to become Orton-Gillingham trained so that more students would have access to this “gold standard” reading, spelling, and writing instruction.

My son has completed his first year at the College of Wooster and my daughter has completed her first year of graduate school at the University of Baltimore. Our family lives in Baltimore and in my spare time I enjoy running, pilates, reading, writing, and hiking.


Lisa Davis

Middle School Head


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My journey at St. James Academy began when my first daughter walked through the front doors on her first day of Kindergarten in 1998. My second daughter soon followed. Over the years, the close community and mission to treat each child as an individual helped to nurture and grow each of them into mature, responsible young women.

In 2004, I was fortunate to join an extremely dedicated and enthusiastic faculty that is committed to the pursuit of excellence. As a teacher, I have discovered that helping students work through their challenges in the classroom while striving to meet their potential is as much of an education for me as it is for them. It is said that the best way to learn something is to teach it to someone else. That said, I have the opportunity to learn something every day.

Students examining a pig heart in science.

Jennifer Smith

Mathematics/Science Teacher  


Joe Edel

IT Director


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I’ve always enjoyed taking things apart and learning what makes them work, fixing them when they are broken, and improving them when I can.  I can honestly say that St. James Academy nurtures the gifts of the faculty and students alike.  When I am home I spend my time with my wife and two daughters. Watching my children reminds me that they like to be involved and are rarely content to sit and have something explained to them. They want the experience for themselves and they want to figure it out for themselves.  When I am presenting a lesson to students I try to keep that in mind, help when I am needed, and gauge my success on the students knowing more then I have taught them when they leave.

Amy Heffernan

Amy Heffernan

Kindergarten Teacher  

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I love working with children and being a kindergarten teacher here at SJA is a dream come true. Kindergarteners are so full of life and wonder. Their excitement is contagious, and it pushes me to be the best teacher that I can be. We are so fortunate to be a part of the St. James community. The teachers, parents, and students all working together! We are a family!


Alison Glace

Second Grade Teacher

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I couldn’t be more excited to be a part of such a wonderful community! Having attended Maryvale Preparatory School myself, I truly appreciate the value of private school education and am excited to be a part of such a tight-knit group of students, faculty, staff, and parents.  I am a graduate of James Madison University where I earned my degree in Early Childhood Education, and I am also currently working on a master’s degree in Special Education at Towson University. I love to travel, bake, and scrapbook. I look forward to a great year in second grade!

Amy Kaltenbach

Amy Kaltenbach

Director After School Club
PreK Assistant


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My earliest recollection of a budding teaching career was during my childhood afternoons at home. I loved to beg my friends to be my students!  My friends did not “play” for long.

Many years later, as I was looking for a co-ed elementary school for my own children, a friend suggested St. James Academy in Monkton. I found not only a perfect learning environment for my two children, but I found a place to flourish and share my love of children and academic excellence.


Donald Wolcott

Band Director/ Instrumental Music Teacher


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My love for music began when I was introduced to the piano at age four. I discovered the joy of teaching as a teenager working at summer music camps and teaching private lessons. I studied jazz piano performance at Towson University, and I remain an active performer in the Baltimore/Washington area. My connection with St. James Academy began in 2007, when I played in the pit orchestra for SJA’s first spring musical, The Wiz.  As I returned for other productions and concerts, I quickly discovered what a special school this is. I could not turn down the wonderful opportunity to join the faculty in 2012, and I am delighted to be back for another year at SJA.

Ashley Oleszczuk

Assistant Director of Admission 


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One of my favorite things about SJA is how students are viewed as individuals and develop into strategic thinkers. Everything about SJA is purposeful, including, the projects students complete and field trips they attend. Even though students are held to an exceptionally high academic standard, SJA still allows them to enjoy playing outside and sledding (I love that!).

James Walsh

James Walsh

Science Teacher

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I am extraordinarily proud and excited to be a member of the St. James Academy community. Prior to becoming a science teacher, I was an aquarist and diver for the National Aquarium in Baltimore for ten years.

It is my goal this year to use science as the medium through which students will learn the skills required to be successful in their future academic endeavors.  Hopefully, I will also inspire a few of them to pursue a future in the sciences.


Sharon Sansosti

Media Specialist /Librarian


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Reading and the love of literature is the path to a lifetime of learning, opening new worlds of knowledge to our children.

Every day is a new adventure when we meet new literary friends, solve mysteries, explore, and find just the right book. You might even find Middle School students sharing good reads over a cup of cocoa during The Next Page, our literary Cocoa House. Technology is an integral piece to our library/media center which connects our students with the global community. With that in mind, we guide our children to become safe users of the Internet both at school and at home.

Our visiting author/illustrator program has made unforgettable connections with our students from Kindergarten through Middle School. One of our many memorable visits and a highlight of my career was with Ms. Patricia Polacco. I will always be touched by one of her inspirational messages that everyone is gifted; we just open our gifts at different times.

I am truly blessed to share my days with such a dynamic community of students, parents, and faculty. Family and friends, travel, gardening, and sunny days on the beach with a good book are also special blessings in my life.

Randi Martin

Music and Performing Arts Teacher


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Randi Bradley Martin has been a voice teacher in the Baltimore/D.C. area for seventeen years and she believes that each voice is a miracle. Randi teaches empowerment through singing to all ages and experiences levels. She has a Masters of Music Education from Loyola University and a certification in YogaVoice Technique. Her training experiences also include Alexander Technique, Vocal-Cross Training, Biogenergetics, and Gordon Music Learning Theory.

Believe it or not, my eighth grade yearbook actually states, “In 10 years, Randi will be directing musicals for a living.” I feel so blessed that this prediction came true, and that I have been able to make my passions my career. What a joy is it is come to work and make art on a daily basis!

Sarah Oglesby Slomkowski

Placement Coordinator


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I am thrilled to join the St. James Academy community. I am a mom of 5 and our youngest, Joey, is a proud Young Foxhound.

I have worked in the non-profit world since I graduated from Georgetown with a degree in Psychology. For the past 10 years, I have worked with my husband at Athletes Serving Athletes and the pandemic gave me the chance to finally use my gifts in a school community.

As the Placement Coordinator, I look forward to finding the right fit for our 8th graders through encouraging self-discovery and working hand in hand with our parents.

Jenelle Antkowiak

Business Associate


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I am thankful to be a part of the St. James Academy community in the Business Department! Outside of St. James, I serve on the pto of my middle daughter’s school and help with my husband’s business. I love spending time with my family, visiting Hershey Park and the beach, playing sports with my daughters, and reading.


Lauren Unkle

First Grade Teacher

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Teachers who love teaching, teach children to love learning! I love being a teacher and have wanted to be one from the time I was little. I hope the children I teach find as much excitement in learning as I do in teaching! I have been a teacher at St. James for 19 years and I am the parent of an alumni! The St. James community has been and will continue to be, an important part of my life.


Ivy Hill

Third Grade Teacher

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As an educator I strive to encourage excellence in my students and myself.  All students deserve an exceptional education.  I believe that every student should be treated as an individual. I believe all students can be successful.  Students should be given the time they need to learn.  Effective learning takes place best in a positive and safe environment.  Success requires teamwork between teachers, students, and parents based on mutual respect and trust.  Finally, I believe as a teacher I have a small window of time to help nurture a desire for learning in my students.

Alex Sprinzen


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I am excited to be a new Maryland resident and a part of the St. James community! Prior to coming to St. James I taught for five years with special education children at an elementary school in northern New Jersey. However, my own educational background includes attending a small K-8 private school, and so I am glad to be back in this kind of nurturing, challenging, and family-oriented environment. Also, as a life-long athlete, I am excited to be coaching several of the SJA teams as we look to extend the values the children learn in the classroom onto the field.

Kellie Holloway

Spanish Teacher


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I am very excited to join the exceptional teachers found here at SJA! I have taught Spanish at Hereford Middle School for 22 years, having graduated from Goucher College with a degree in Spanish, followed by a Master’s Degree from Goucher in Middle School Education.

My passion has always been to introduce students to the wide varieties of culture associated with the Spanish Language. Spanish is so much more than just vocabulary and grammar. The art, the holidays, the customs….it beckons the lifelong learner to explore, explore, explore!

My goal is that students will leave my classroom with a love of the language, an interest in Spanish-speaking countries, and the ability to converse with native speakers while on vacation or in their future jobs.

When not teaching, I can often be found playing bingo, baking cookies, or petting the numerous cats that have adopted us. I also enjoy my waitressing job on the weekends at Black Forest Taphouse.


Helen Kessler

Physical Education Teacher


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I have loved to run and exercise all my life and have found teaching children my joy. I find myself very fortunate to be able to combine my two passions while working at a school for the last 14 years that values community, education, and the physical growth of each individual student.

Kara Minoglio

PreK Teacher


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In his memoir on writing, Stephen King said, “the real importance of reading is that it creates an ease and intimacy with the process of writing.” Put, yet so true. Encouraging students to possess a love for reading and writing is extremely important to me. Ever since I was a little girl, I have loved reading! Our local library caught fire when I was four.  My Mom always told the story of how I cried for days when I heard the news. To this day, I  vividly remember watching and my excitement for the new library to be rebuilt!  My passion for writing developed in high school during English and journalism class.  I loved the creativity, collaboration, and process that was involved in writing stories and creating articles.

Teaching at SJA is truly a blessing! Daily, I am impressed with the students’ ability to collaborate, communicate, discuss, question, and craft. Their enthusiasm for learning and work ethic makes teaching that much easier!  SJA is truly a special place where I love having the academic freedom to put my creative spin on instruction to keep students highly engaged and motivated while challenging them to reach their highest potential. Before coming to SJA, I spent 19 years in the public sector in roles such as a classroom teacher, special educator, mentor teacher, and, most recently, working county-wide in their central office schools. I am looking forward to the many journeys we will take through reading books and writing this year and being a part of the SJA family!

Tracie Pullen

Middle School English

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I have been teaching middle and high school English for fourteen years in small, independent Maryland schools. While I find teaching the foundations of language and literature to be really fun, my favorite aspect of teaching is building relationships with students. Everyone has talents and gifts that can offer unique perspectives. Since discussing literature often requires one to call on life experiences, we all have an opportunity to grow and learn from one another. I learn as much from my students as they do from me! I’m excited to be a part of such a vibrant and welcoming community at SJA.
My family and I have lived in Bel Air for twelve years. We have a house full of cats! When my husband and I aren’t traveling, I like to thrift shop, watch documentaries, research genealogy, and play games.

Allie Buck

Fourth Grade Teacher


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Exploring Monkton shortly after moving from Northeast Ohio, I distinctly recall driving by St. James and noticed a classroom with colored cutouts and cascading plants in the windows. “Surely that can’t be a school,” I thought, “it has such a sense of unique energy!” Shortly after, I met an 8th grade student at a family gathering who introduced himself, offered his hand, and began a conversation. He was so well-spoken that I asked him where he attended school. When he told me St. James Academy, I decided on the spot that was where I wanted to teach – a school full of plants and colors where children are taught to be kind, confident, and helpful members of their community.

As I begin my 12th year of teaching 4th grade at St. James Academy, I remain as enthusiastic as when I began. As an educator, I feel a deep sense of responsibility to help guide, inform, and inspire the children that walk into my classroom each morning. I am given the autonomy to tailor my lessons to the children’s needs, both as a group and as individual learners. I teach kindness, awareness, tolerance, inclusiveness, responsibility, and most of all, self-confidence.

My own education in Northeast Ohio centered on school, family, and gymnastics. Any free time was spent training in the gym some distance from my home. My homework was done in the car and I was a voracious reader! After receiving a B.S. in Psychology from Hiram College, I moved with my family to Maryland and began coaching gymnastics. I enjoyed teaching so much, I went on to earn a Masters in Education from the College of Notre Dame. I now teach in the very room that had the hanging plant and colorful cutouts of flowers. I met and married my husband at St. James, and our daughter is in kindergarten. We truly are a St. James family.

Analeigh Smith

Director of Advancement


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I am delighted to join the St. James Academy team as the part-time Development Director. I am an experienced fundraising professional with over ten years in the non-profit development sector. In 2018, my family and I joined the Saint James parish, and I am excited to continue my involvement in the community through this role. I live around the corner from the Academy in Monkton with my husband and our three children, Maggie, Caroline, and Hal.

Denyse Fiero

First Grade Teacher


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This is my 7th year teaching at St James Academy. I am blessed to be teaching 1st grade alongside some of the most dedicated and hardworking teachers. My teaching journey first started as a graphic designer and web developer for an education company. My passion for teaching blossomed when I became a mother to my three wonderful daughters. During this time, I returned to Towson University and earned my degree in Early Childhood Education. In my time away from work, I enjoy spending time and traveling with my family. I love being a part of the St James Academy community, where the partnership of parents, teachers, and students all come together to help foster the love of learning within each other!

Coleen Morgan


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As a long time resident of the Hereford Zone and the parent of two nearly grown boys, I am honored to be welcomed into the Saint James Academy family.

I most recently was an early childhood educator and also a therapeutic integration instructor for children with Autism.
Having taught in parochial, private and public school settings, I am excited to begin my journey in independent schools as an SJA Foxhound.

Betz Connor

Director of Young Foxhounds


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I began teaching preschool music 18 years ago when my oldest son turned a year old, and I never turned back! From there, I taught music and a three’s class at Providence Child Care and Learning Center. For the past four years, I have worked closely with the Director teaching a three and PreK class at Pine Grove Tots run by Baltimore County Parks and Recreation. This age is a very precious time for discovery, observation, and a sense of wonderment! It brings me great joy to see the world through a young child’s eyes and play a part in their learning.

I am thrilled to be a part of such a nurturing and caring community here at St. James Academy!

Suzanne Supplee

Middle School English Teacher


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Books and kids and kids and books! I’ve been passionate about reading, writing, and kids since the fifth grade when I voluntarily gave up recess to work as a kindergarten aid in Miss Lovelace’s classroom. For several years, I was a babysitter, camp counselor, and gymnastics instructor. My early love for working with children was somewhat sidetracked in college. Instead of majoring in education, I hopped on a different path and studied journalism, which surprised everyone, including me! Funny how when we look back on our lives, we see how the twists and turns make sense. Journalism led me to writing, which led me to writing for young adults, which led me to teaching young adults to write. There is nothing more exciting than watching a student discover a new author or have an aha moment about a story or begin to see their writing as the beautiful thing it is: a chance to make the world a better place.

Allison Harmon

Middle School Chaplain, Advisory Coordinator, and Faith Development Teacher


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I am excited to join the St. James Academy community and to work alongside such dedicated and enthusiastic individuals. I come to SJA after spending a decade in various educational roles at the high school and university levels in the US and Ireland. I am currently pursing a Doctorate of Ministry at Saint Mary’s Seminary and Ecumenical Institute in Baltimore.

I am delighted to be a pastoral presence, a classroom teacher, and an advisor in the middle school. It is a privilege to journey with young people as they learn about themselves, their faith, and how they fit into the world around them. I cannot wait to empower students as they begin to take ownership of their faith life and their religious education.

Nancy Dewlin

Reading Resource Teacher


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I can’t stop smiling! The warmth and enthusiasm from the dynamic faculty and staff has been incredible.

After 25  years as an active member at St. James Episcopal Church, my focus has been faith, family, and fellowship.  As an educator, I am excited to share my energy and expertise with the children at St. James Academy.

After many years of experience, as a Resource Teacher, I know that a good lesson has a solid plan with a strong objective.  I know that the best lesson is one that allows you to grasp a teachable moment when children predict, question, share, and wonder about something they are curious or knowledgeable about.

When you can expand on a child’s idea and extend their thoughts to allow critical thinking, and see their smile, that’s what teaching is all about!    Helping children to become engaged, share, learn, and grow is my passion…grinning from ear to ear …at St. James Academy!