Upper School

Upper School Faculty

Hackley teachers support and drive the School’s culture of respect and welcome, modeling through their work the values framed by our motto, “United, we help one another.” Leading by example, they encourage students to rise to the challenge posed by our mission: to grow in character, scholarship, and accomplishment, to offer unreserved effort, and to learn from the varying perspectives and backgrounds in our community and the world."

Faculty & Staff

Faculty & Staff News

List of 4 news stories.

  • Celia jointed all who were able to stay beyond the end of the performance for a group photo, waving the Hackley banner!

    Hackley Takeover at Jagged Little Pill

    Fifty members of the Hackley faculty/staff (and some family) filled the Mezzanine at the Broadhurst Theater on Broadway on November 12 (a school night!) for the performance of Jagged Little Pill, in which Celia Rose Gooding, Hackley Class of 2018, makes her Broadway debut as a lead in the exceptional ensemble cast.
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  • Mike Canterino

    Rising Stars!

    Hackley teachers Mike Canterino and Jared Fishman have been awarded the NASAGA [North American Simulation and Gaming Association] “Rising Star Award” for best new simulation or game, and have been invited to scale up their work and run it as one of the keynote presentations for all participants at NASAGA 2020 in Montreal, themed around the French Revolution.
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  • All members of the Lower School faculty dressed in black and maroon.

    Black and Maroon Day

    Like the best traditions, it started by accident, and for fun.  Several Hackley Lower School teachers began noticing that many of them wore clothes in black and maroon to school on the same day--so they decided to declare an occasional "Black and Maroon Day"!
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  • Students had the chance to peruse editions of the Vision going back over 30 years.

    Launching Vision 2020

    Upper School students and faculty gathered for the annual celebration of literary and visual arts as we open the door to submissions for the 2020 Vision magazine.
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