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LEN阿姆斯特朗, 招生主任 Management, is an established independent school leader. After graduating from Hampden-Sydney College, where he double-majored in English Literature and Spanish Composition, he returned to his alma mater, St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School in Alexandria, Virginia, to serve as a teacher, coach, and assistant director of admissions. He became the 招生办公室主任 for Middle and Upper Schools and then Assistant Head of School for Enrollment, Admissions, and Community. He served as Lower School Head at Landon School before his appointment as 学校校长 at St. John’s Episcopal School, where he was responsible for the addition of the school’s primary program. Len’s sturdy career in education is built on hard work, integrity, and compassion. He has served on the advisory boards of the Center for Teaching and Learning and of The Bishop Walker School for Boys, as well as the Admissions Advisory Committee of the Association of Independent Schools of Greater Washington. Upon Len’s departure from Landon School, he was honored by the school’s alumni association “for outstanding service toward building a multicultural Landon.”
肖恩deitrich is our Director of Technology and Computer Science instructor. He is a University of Pittsburgh graduate who developed a passion for teaching through college-level tutoring and aiding his professors and peers as a teaching assistant. Sean enjoys e-sports, Dungeons & Dragons, hiking, gaming, and snowboarding.
Tom Michael has been an educator for twenty years, including service as a teacher at the American School of Tampico (Mexico) and as an assistant vice-principal and social studies teacher at the Dubai American Scientific School. Since earning his history degree from Vassar College, Tom has enjoyed teaching in both day and boarding schools that value community, academic rigor, learning by doing, and compassion. He has introduced his students to Model United Nations events to hone their research, writing, and speaking skills, as well as the World Peace Game, which encourages empathy and critical thinking to solve global problems. He now teaches US History and Civics & Economics and serves on the residential life staff in Founders Hall.
David Mogle is the Director of Development & Alumni Relations. He is a graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan College, with a BA in Public Relations. Prior to coming to Phelps, David was with his alma mater, The Marvelwood School, in Kent, Connecticut, for four years. While at Marvelwood, David was a Development Associate, the Head Boys Varsity Basketball Coach, Assistant Varsity Baseball Coach, an advisor to five students, and a dorm parent. In 2018 and 2019, under David’s leadership, the Marvelwood basketball program reached new heights, earning consecutive invitations to the NEPSAC Class D Tournament, for the first time in school history. He was also a top three finalist, as voted by his coaching peers for NEPSAC Class D Coach of the Year in 2018 and 2019. David enjoys playing basketball, being with family and friends, and rooting for all things Pittsburgh, as well as the Cleveland Cavaliers. David’s favorite aspect of Phelps is the sense of community felt on campus from students and faculty. David is passionate about coaching our young men on the basketball court and baseball field, as well as being a dorm parent in Beattie Hall.