Associate Head of School for College Counseling and Alumni Relations
M.A., Liberal Studies, Social Sciences, Wesleyan University; B.A., Economics, Middlebury College
Bart served as the Upper School Head from 2006 through the 2018-2019 academic year before beginning his role focusing on college counseling and alumni relations. In his time at EPS, the Upper School has grown from twenty-six students, seven faculty and only eleven courses to over 250 students, fifty faculty members, and over 160 course offerings. Bart has overseen many changes to the Upper School program including the opportunity for seniors to design their own course of study through Independent Study options and the requirement that they complete a self-designed, multidisciplinary project. Bart came to EPS from Collegiate School in Richmond, Virginia, where he served as Assistant Head of the Upper School. At Collegiate, he was responsible for college counseling, mentoring teachers, teaching math, and coaching golf and baseball. Before moving to Collegiate, Bart spent eight years at Pingree School in Massachusetts where he was Director of College Counseling, taught math, and coached baseball. Bart previously worked as a college admissions officer at Middlebury College in Vermont.
“I most appreciate the shared sense of mission held by this community. Teachers and administrators are each willing to make any changes here if they believe those changes will best serve our students, even when those changes require harder work. Parents believe in the school’s mission and do much to support it as well.”