Sabrina D’Angelo joined the faculty at St. Andrew’s in 2002 as Core and Enriched French teacher. In 2007, she became the Assistant Director of the Middle School, and in 2013 was appointed Director of the Middle School. Sabrina has a BA from Wilfred Laurier University, a B.Ed. from the University of Toronto, and has completed her M.Ed. Prior to joining SAC, she taught with the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board. In her role as Director, Sabrina is responsible for the Middle School academic program for grades 5-8; manages the faculty PGP process; reviews all Middle School admission files; oversees the Middle School Leadership Team; and provides direction to the Middle School Anti-Bullying Committee. In addition, Sabrina facilitates the transition to Upper School, is second chair for the CAIS/CESI accreditation; co-chairs new faculty induction; coordinates M of Ed inspection for MS; and leads MS marketing strategies. Sabrina is also responsible for the supervision and operation of the Guided Learning Centre (GLC) in the Middle School, and is an integral member of the Standing Committee for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. She was actively involved in the planning process for the School's 2017-2022 Strategic Plan. Sabrina lives in Palgrave with her husband, Gian, and their two sons, Cole and Maxam.
Robyn O’Hare joined the faculty in 2000 as a math and science teacher in the Middle School but in recent years has begun teaching visual arts too. In September 2017, Robyn began implementing a new Experiential Outdoor program for Middle School students. She earned a B.Sc.(Hons.) in biology from Queen’s University and a B.Ed. from OISE, University of Toronto as a science specialist. Robyn has spent numerous summers as a tennis instructor and has worked for the World Wildlife Fund Canada. Robyn has done extensive field work and research in the area of avian behaviour and conservation. Outside of the classroom, Robyn leads the Drama Club and coaches the Middle School house league and U14 Tennis teams. Robyn lives in Newmarket with her four kids.
Samantha Scheepers joined the St. Andrew's faculty in 2012 as an English teacher in the Upper School. In June 2020, she was named Department Head, English. Teaching senior English and AP Research, she holds a Master of Education, specializing in metacognition and reading comprehension, and a BA (Hons.) with high distinction in English and Renaissance Studies from the University of Toronto. She has recently completed a teaching fellowship focused on leadership in Independent Schools at Columbia University and presented her research on perspective-taking and literature discussions at the 2017 International Boys' School Coalition Conference in Baltimore. Outside the classroom, she is the Head of Smith House and the Grade 12 Grade Coordinator. Samantha is also the faculty advisor for SAC Students for Social Justice and the Upper and Middle School Debate Coach. She has previously held the position of Chair of the College's Standing Committee for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
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Natascia Stewart joined the Admission Team at St. Andrew's College in 2003. She has steadily grown her portfolio of responsibilities, culminating in a promotion to Associate Director of Admission in 2013. She oversees the re-enrolment of returning students, and the enrolment of new Middle School and Mexican candidates. She and her husband, David Stewart, Chapel Coordinator and former Housemaster, spent 11 years living in both Macdonald House and Flavelle House. This experience provided her with a comprehensive understanding of SAC's Residential program. A graduate of MacMaster University, she holds a B.Sc. with a major in biology and a minor in anthropology.
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