Middle School

Middle School Faculty

Hackley’s Middle School teachers are dynamic and passionate about their work. They understand that “character is higher than intellect” and that effective effort leads to sustained academic achievement. They build engaging curriculum that develops curiosity and builds student leadership, where character work is implicit as students work collaboratively, “learn from varying perspectives,” and develop the tools to think deeply and critically.

Faculty & Staff

Faculty & Staff News

List of 8 news stories.

  • Asking the Right Questions

    The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) selected this essay by Hackley's Assistant Head of School for Academic Affairs, Steve Bileca, for an online exclusive for its summer magazine. In it, he explores the thoughtful process behind the ongoing creation of Hackley's Health and Wellness programming.
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  • GCA member Anne Myers, Hackley parent and grandparent, Regina DiStefano, Katherine Myers Baldwin '97, and Ali.

    Regina DiStefano Honored

    Regina DiStefano, Lower School Science teacher, is among 18 teachers chosen from across the nation to receive the Elizabeth Abernathy Hull Award by the Garden Club of America.
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  • Beyond the Hilltop

    Hackley computer science intern Will Molter leaves the Hilltop this June to pursue his dream of releasing a video game! The game, titled EXO: Perl, provides a relaxed, sci-fi take on space exploration. You can follow its development on a number of social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, and on its official website www.exoperl.space.
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  • Service Learning in Latin

    Dr. Adrianne Pierce shares her students' adventures in teaching Latin to elementary school students in Port Chester as our newest contribution to Hackley Perspectives.
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  • 16th Annual Yoho Artists' Open Studio

    The 16th Annual Yoho Artists’ Open Studios is on Saturday May, 18th & Sunday, May 19th, from noon – 5pm both days. Four artists in the Hackley community are participating and will be opening their personal art studios for the weekend event as a part of Yonkers Arts Weekend.
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  • Our Project Was to Please

    Dr. Adrianne Pierce and Dr. Richard Robinson offer our latest addition to Hackley Perspectives, an exploration of roots, sources, inspirations and meanings in Shakespeare's The Tempest.  Enjoy the fruits of their collaboration here.
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  • Dr. Travis Bristol, Assistant Professor, University of California, Berkeley, Graduate School of Education

    HACKLEY HOSTS: Hiring and Retaining Faculty of Color, May 1, 3:30 PM

    Educators: please join us for a a webinar conversation with Dr. Travis Bristol on “At the Intersection of Policy and Practice: Hiring and Retaining Faculty of Color.”
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  • As (Lenten) Evening Falls...

    Over Hackley’s Spring Break, History Department Chair Bill Davies devoted himself to his “other” life’s work, outside of teaching history, that of Music Director for Christ Church, Bloomfield and Glen Ridge, NJ, as his choir presented Lenten Evensong with the works of Thomas Tallis, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Sir John Stainer.
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