Teachers here are not their subjects. I am an English teacher, but I don’t think I’m defined solely as an English teacher. We’re able to move beyond the classroom door, and we take that responsibility very seriously—that we are teaching no matter where we are. My classroom here is not just my classroom. My classroom is the hallway. It’s the path. It’s sitting in the castle having lunch. It’s out on the fields. It’s sitting in assembly. It’s watching the musical performed. And in all of those circumstances, we’re trying to help a student discover who he or she might be.
—Jess Brennan, English Faculty