1. Angel Abreu

    Visual & Performing Arts Teacher
  2. Mark Acton

    Asst. Dean of Faculty, Science Teacher
  3. Lina Al Samawi

    Language Teacher, International Student Advisor
  4. Libby Anderson

    Math Teacher
  5. Mikayla Archambeau

    Admin to Co-Curricular Dance/Dance Lesson Instructor
  6. Christian Austin

    English Teacher
  7. Ben Bakker

    Computer Science Teacher
  8. Darnel Barnes

    Math Teacher
  9. Tricia Batchelor

    History and Social Science Teacher
  10. Anthony Berner

    Ensemble Coach, Music Lesson Instructor
  11. Ellie Bicknell

    Language Teacher, Visual & Performing Arts Teacher – Studio
  12. Jamie Brightman

    College Advisor, Phil & Rel Teacher, Dept Chair
  13. Heather Brown

    Health Teacher, 9th Grade Class Dean
  14. Rebecca Bustillos

    Admin to Co-Curricular Dance/Dance Lesson Instructor
  15. Cheri Calcaterra

    Language Teacher
  16. Katie Calhoun

    Math Department Chair & Teacher
  17. Rich Calhoun

    Science Teacher
  18. Alexandra Carter

    English Teacher
  19. Kena Chavva

    Teaching Fellow – English
  20. Agnes Coakley Cox

    Ensemble Coach Pool/Music Lesson Instructor/Side by Side Playing Coach
  21. Caleb Corliss

    Science Teacher
  22. Jaime Correa Ramirez

    Language Teacher
  23. Maggie Crain

    Teaching Fellow – Science
  24. Amie Creagh

    Associate Head of School for Student Life, Language Teacher
  25. Brendan Creagh

    Science Teacher
  26. Lesley Crosby

    Wellness Teacher and Dance Lesson Instructor
  27. Marc Dancer

    Math Teacher
  28. Anna Delwiche

    Language Teacher
  29. Melissa Dickey

    English Teacher
  30. Elizabeth Dollhopf

    Math Teacher
  31. John Dollhopf

    Math Teacher
  32. Francoise Ellis

    Language Teacher
  33. Cindy Feng

    Language Teacher
  34. Xiao Feng Feng

    Language Teacher
  35. Cindie Fidanza

    Science Teacher
  36. Andrew Fischer

    Math Teacher
  37. Jan Flaska

    Dean of Ethical & Spiritual Life, PhilRel Teacher
  38. Hayden Fox

    History Teacher
  39. Mary Ellen Friends

    History and Social Science Teacher
  40. Hardy Gieske

    Math Teacher
  41. Beatriz Giraldo

    Associate Director of the Center for Service & Global Citize
  42. Aaron Gordoa

    Teaching Fellow – Math
  43. Callie Gray

    Math Teacher
  44. Abigail Haines

    Ensemble Coach Pool/Music Lesson Instructor/Side by Side Playing Coach
  45. David Hallwood

    Science Teacher
  46. Brian Hamilton

    History & Social Science Department Chair & Teacher
  47. Megan Hayes-Golding

    Science Teacher & Math Teacher
  48. Ivory Hills

    Asst Head of School for Strategy & Planning; Dean of Faculty
  49. Emma Hodge

    English Teacher
  50. Dan Houston

    Language Teacher, Language Dept Chair
  51. Brian Hunt

    Language Teacher
  52. Catriona Hynds

    Visual & Performing Arts Department Chair, Theatre Director
  53. Virginia Invernizzi

    Language Teacher – Spanish
  54. Tara Keegan

    History & Social Science Teacher
  55. Sean Keller

    Math Teacher
  56. Stephanie Kellogg

    Dance Lesson Instructor
  57. Sheryl Koyama

    Math Teacher
  58. Doug Kremm

    Philosophy & Religious Studies Teacher
  59. Matt Kutolowski

    Language Teacher
  60. John Leistler

    History & Social Science Teacher
  61. Sam Leitermann-Long

    Math Teacher
  62. Robin Lempicki

    Laboratory and Research Supervisor
  63. John Lim

    History & Social Science Teaching Fellow
  64. Heather Liske

    English Teacher
  65. Joe Lyons

    History & Social Science Teacher
  66. Monica Matouk

    Spouse of Head of School, English Teacher
  67. Nora Maynard

    Ensemble Coach Pool/Music Lesson Instructor/Side by Side Playing Coach/Music Program Admin
  68. Julia McClellan

    Science Teacher
  69. Tim McVaugh

    History and Social ScienceTeacher
  70. Kristen McVaugh

    History and Social Science Teacher
  71. Becca Melvoin

    Dean of Residential Life, 12th Grade Dean
  72. David Miller

    Director of Educational Initiatives, Hist & Soc Sci Teacher
  73. Samuel Morris

    English Teacher
  74. Prudence Munkittrick

    History & Social Science Teacher
  75. Alexandra Newlon

    Math Teacher
  76. Yanik Nichols

    Language Teacher
  77. Haley O'Neil

    Language Teacher
  78. Bukosia Odongo

    Math Teacher
  79. Nina Otterson

    Math Teacher
  80. David Payne

    Visual and Performing Arts Teacher – Fine Arts
  81. Conrad Pitcher

    History and Social Science Teacher
  82. Jenn Pousont

    Science Teacher
  83. Forest Reid

    Math Teacher
  84. Julia Rivellino-Lyons

    History & Social Science Teacher
  85. Justin Romick

    English Teacher
  86. Vincent Rougeau

    English Teacher
  87. Mark Scandling

    English Teacher
  88. Julie Schloat

    English Teacher
  89. Stephanie Shumway

    Dance Lesson Instructor
  90. Andy Stallings

    English Teacher
  91. Anna Steim

    English Teacher, English Department Chair
  92. Minh Sullivan

    Admin to Co-Curricular Dance/Dance Lesson Instructor/Choreography
  93. Lynn Sussman

    Music Lesson Instructor, Ensemble Coach, Accompanist, Ringer
  94. Sarah Swersey

    Music Program Coordinator
  95. John Taylor

    Language Teacher
  96. Joel Thomas-Adams

    English Teacher
  97. Carrie Towle

    Dance Lesson Instructor
  98. Tim Trelease

    Visual & Performing Arts Teacher
  99. Ryan Tyree

    English Teacher
  100. Heidi Valk

    Science Teacher, Science Department Chair
  101. Meg Van Dyck

    Dance Lesson Instructor
  102. John Van Eps

    Visual and Performing Arts Teacher – Music
  103. Megan Washburn

    Science Teacher
  104. Parker Washburn

    Science Teacher
  105. Abe Wehmiller

    Associate Dean of Faculty, History Teacher
  106. Yu-Mei Wei

    Piano Studio Director
  107. Hadley Westman

    Dean of Teaching & Learning, English Teacher
  108. Matthew Westman

    Language Teacher
  109. Jennifer Whitcomb

    Visual and Performing Arts Teacher – Director of Dance
  110. Kim Wright

    English Teacher

Frequently Asked Questions

Before they enter Deerfield, all new students are required to take a math placement test to determine an appropriate class. Students who have already taken a language they wish to continue studying at Deerfield will take a placement test to determine what level class they should take. If the placement in either department is deemed inappropriate after the student arrives, then the teacher may suggest a change of level. Students may also request such a change if they feel they are misplaced, and should consult with their teacher and their academic advisor before contacting the Dean of Studies.

Students have a variety of opportunities to travel abroad through the Center for Service and Global Citizenship travel programs that run domestic and international trips during school breaks.

Study abroad and term-away opportunities are available to students through approved, partnered-programs. Study abroad is available in 10th through 12th grade, but typically students who choose to go abroad will do so during their junior year. Read more about off-campus study opportunities online here.

Yes. In order to garner Honors distinction a student must have a cumulative term average above 90.0%. High Honors requires an average of 93.0% or above. You can read more about Deerfield’s honor roll online here.

Because of its commitment to high-quality academics, Deerfield offers a wide range of rigorous courses. All of Deerfield’s classes are appropriately challenging, but courses designated as “honors,” “accelerated,” or “AP” provide an extra challenge for ambitious students.

All students are assigned a faculty advisor by late summer before they start school. After their first year, students may choose a new advisor, or continue with their original advisor, depending on the relationships they have developed with Deerfield’s faculty. Advisors are responsible for submitting course requests and writing an advisor report every term. They are available for questions a student may have and are involved in every major academic, co-or extra-curricular decision a student makes while at Deerfield. In addition, faculty eat lunch with their advisees every Thursday and may schedule other meetings for their advisees. Advisors are a key component of the Deerfield experience, as they provide guidance and support to students throughout their time at Deerfield.

Students are permitted to miss a maximum of eight (8) combined class days for Pursuits of Excellence, College Visits or other reasons each academic year (no more than 6 days missed per term). Exceptions to the eight-day limit must be approved through the Academic Affairs Office. Requests must be received at least three (3) days prior to the event. Any student requesting to miss class should make sure they are aware of the 20% Rule policy (found in the Student Handbook under the 20% Rule), and, if their request is approved, students should be sure to inform their teacher(s) of their upcoming absence(s) and arrange to make up missed work. Please click here to read more about our Request to Miss Classes Policy.

Alums and current students can request their Deerfield transcript online via our secure credentialing site, Parchment. More information on how to create a Parchment account and order your transcript can be found online here. If you have questions, please contact the Academic Affairs Office at 413-774-1470 or academics@deerfield.edu.

Contact Academics

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Deerfield, MA 01342