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A Community of Lifelong Learners

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Meet Our Faculty & Staff

Rowland Hall faculty members are united in their efforts to teach the content, culture, and character that today’s students will need to succeed in college and the workplace. In addition to their commitments as teachers, advisors, mentors, and coaches, our faculty members take time to keep current on the latest learning research, teaching techniques, curriculum development, and technological trends. Rowland Hall’s financial support for professional development of both faculty and staff is simply unparalleled among its peer Utah schools.

Our employees' backgrounds and interests vary widely. Many are transplants to Utah who were educated in colleges and universities nationally, and even internationally. Our students’ horizons are broadened when these multifaceted role models share lessons learned from their personal pursuits.

Above all, Rowland Hall students perceive faculty and staff as creating a caring, well-structured learning environment in which academic risk is encouraged and expectations are high, clear, and challenging.

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Nancy Aruscavage

Nancy Aruscavage

Titles: Long-Term Substitute
Maria Ashkin

Maria Ashkin

Titles: 3-D Studio Art and Ceramics Teacher
Coral Azarian

Coral Azarian

Titles: Associate College Counselor/Student Council Adviso
Abigail Bacon

Abigail Bacon

Titles: Spanish Teacher
Alec Baden

Alec Baden

Titles: Assistant Director of Auxillary Programs
Nick Banyard

Nick Banyard

Titles: Network Manager
Peter Barrus

Peter Barrus

Titles: Extended Day Counselor / Lunch/Playground Monitor
Jose Beach

Jose Beach

Titles: Operations - Lincoln
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At Rowland Hall, relationships matter.—Jij de Jesus, Lower School Principal since 2015


We are so comfortable with being vulnerable, being ourselves, and not taking ourselves too seriously.—Mary Lawlor, Middle School English teacher since 1996


When I came to Rowland Hall, it was a dramatic step up.—Doug Wortham, Upper School French teacher since 1978

You Belong at Rowland Hall