Stephanie Dwyer, originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, attained her undergraduate degree as a dual major in Spanish and Political Science from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, and was a two-sport varsity athlete in softball and tennis. She recently earned her Master of Science degree in Teacher Leadership from Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut, distinguished by outstanding writing recognition.

Currently, Stephanie serves as the K-8 World Language Department Chair and 8th-grade Spanish teacher at Randolph School. She has been the head girls’ varsity tennis coach and middle school basketball coach. Presently, she leads the 8th grade House Captain program, serves as a teacher leader to the middle school student Academic Team, is a member of the Middle School Division Council, and runs regular peer workshops on integrating technology in the classroom for learning and assessment.

Stephanie has been awarded Wessel Robbins grants and multiple professional collaborative grants each summer that she has taught at Randolph School. She regularly seeks out professional learning opportunities, most recently traveling to San Diego, California for a national language teacher conference.

Stephanie has spent her 27-year independent school career dedicated to the belief that the most effective coaching and learning take place in the context of respectful and trusting relationships. Whether as a classroom teacher or individual learning coach, she is committed to the success of each student she works with and appreciates the unique and important voice of each child.