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Faculty & Staff

The Administration


Father William Jenkins

Academy Principal; High School Religion Teacher


Father Joseph Greenwell

Student Chaplain; Middle School and High School Religion Teacher


Mr. Aaron R. Harrison

Academy Headmaster; High School Humanities Teacher

★ Alumni


Mr. Steve Wittman

Academy Provost and High School Guidance Counselor

Elementary & Middle School Faculty


Miss Maria Bales

Kindergarten Teacher; Choir Teacher


Mrs. Cathy Montesano

First Grade Teacher


Mrs. Audrey Beaver

Second Grade Teacher; Elementary Art Teacher


Mrs. Lisa Capetillo

Third Grade Teacher


Mrs. Anja Thompson

Fourth Grade Teacher


Mrs. Sheri Schoech

Elementary Math Teacher


Mrs. Gemma Sherman

Middle School & High School Latin & Humanities Teacher

★ Alumni


Mrs. Angela Winner

Middle School Latin & Humanities Teacher


Mrs. Chris Federspiel

Middle School Religion Teacher


Miss Veronica Nies

Music Teacher


Miss Alyssa Montesano

Kindergarten Aide

★ Alumni


Miss Rebecca Field

Elementary Aide

★ Alumni


Miss Anne Riley

Elementary Aide

High School Faculty


Mr. Christian Altomare

High School Math Teacher


Mr. Rick Ayres

Middle School & High School Latin and Humanities Teacher


Mrs. Heather Reist

Middle School & High School Math Teacher


Mr. Jonathan Sapp

Middle School & High School Latin & Science Teacher


★ Alumni

Mrs. Laura Veitkus

Middle School & High School Science Teacher


Mr. Jerry Shawhan

High School Math Teacher

Academy Staff


Mrs. Mary Talley

Academy Secretary and Middle School Teaching Assistant

★ Alumni


Mrs. Susan Harrison

Academy Bursar and Office Manager

★ Alumni


Miss Michelle Boylson

Special Projects Manager

★ Alumni


Mrs. Sarah Gentry

School Nurse & Director of Parent-Teacher Support

★ Alumni


Mrs. Lisa Reist

Hot Lunch & Special Events Coordinator


Mrs. Betsy Wittman

Hot Lunch & Special Events Coordinator

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Mr. Dan Roosa

Head of Maintenance & Campus Security; Technical Support


Mr. Michael Montesano

Academy Custodian & Athletic Director

Prayer to be recited by Catholic Teachers (composed by Pius XII)

O Word Incarnate, Teacher of teachers, our most loving Jesus, Who didst deign to come into the world and, out of Thy infinite wisdom and inexhaustible goodness, point out to men the way to Heaven, mercifully hear the humble prayers of those who follow Thy footsteps, thereby giving expression to their desire to be Catholic teachers worthy of the name and making known to souls the faith that will surely lead to Thee and through Thee to eternal happiness.

Grant us the light, not only to avoid falling into the pitfalls of error, but also to penetrate the truth so as to acquire that luminous clarity whereby that which is the most essential turns out to be the most simple and therefore best adapted to the intelligence even of children, in whom especially Thy Divine simplicity is reflected. Visit us, then, with the help of Thy Spirit, the Creator, so that in accordance with Thy mandate we may be able to give appropriate and adequate instructions in the doctrines of faith.

Give us the ability to adapt ourselves to the still immature minds of our pupils, to foster their fine, youthful energy, to have a sympathetic understanding for their deficiencies, to support their spirit of restlessness. Give us the power to become little without neglecting our line of duty even as Thou, O Lord, didst become as one of us without leaving the exalted throne of Thy Divinity.

Above all, however, fill us with Thy Spirit of love: love for Thee, Teacher unique and excelling, so that we may gladly sacrifice ourselves in Thy holy service; love for our holy profession, regarding it as a most noble calling rather than mere employment; loving concern for our personal sanctification, as the primal source of energy in all our work and apostolate; love of truth, not allowing ourselves to be turned aside from it; love for souls which we must pattern and form according to the standards of truth and goodness; love for our students, helping them to become exemplary citizens and loyal sons of the Church; love for our dearly beloved youth and for our children, like the love of a father, but more elevated, more conscious and more pure than mere natural paternal love.

And thou, most holy Mother Mary, under whose loving care the youthful Jesus grew in wisdom and in grace, be our intercessor at the side of Thy Divine Son and obtain for us an abundance of Heavenly graces in order that our work may redound to the honor and glory of Him Who with the Father and the Holy Ghost liveth and reigneth for ever and ever. Amen.

(December 28, 1957)

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