Mr. Zach Morris


Mr. Zach Morris has Theology degrees from Catholic University and Boston College. Zach lives in Natick with his wife and daughter. Zach says, "I am very excited to join the St. Benedict Classical Academy community. I have a passion for igniting within students a love for the True, Good, and Beautiful, and I look forward to being a part of a community that strives every day to form saints." zmorris@stbca.org

Mr. Zach Morris2023-10-24T12:48:49-04:00

Ms. Alyssa Powers


Ms. Alyssa Powers is from Franklin, MA and loves to bake, hike and read. She feels very fortunate to be part of a community that is so joyful in its dedication to forming children academically and spiritually through the classical approach. Ms. Powers looks forward to watching her students grow in confidence, excellence and virtue. Alyssa has her B.S. in Mathematics & Elementary Education from Framingham State University. apowers@stbca.org

Ms. Alyssa Powers2023-10-24T12:49:38-04:00

Mr. John Kish


Mr. John Kish says, "I believe that classical education is the solution to the deep cultural issues of our times, and is the best way for the Church to provide the world with what it really seeks – the Truth. I’m incredibly excited to be a part of St. Benedict Classical Academy and to help our students grow into virtuous young men and women, free to do the work that God has chosen for them." John has his B.A. in Philosophy from The Catholic University of America. jkish@stbca.org

Mr. John Kish2023-10-24T12:49:57-04:00

Mr. Peter Dowdy


Mr. Peter Dowdy grew up in western Massachusetts and is a recent graduate of Thomas Aquinas College in California. Peter says, "I am motivated to teach at St. Benedict Classical Academy because I want to inspire the students to see the magnificent operation of Christ and His saints. I want them to see with eyes full of wonder and joy the world that God has created for them to know." Peter has his degree in Liberal Arts from Thomas Aquinas College in California. pdowdy@stbca.org

Mr. Peter Dowdy2023-10-24T12:50:14-04:00

Ms. Marie-Sophie Brackstone


Ms. Marie-Sophie Brackstone is originally from Bermuda and is a recent graduate from The Catholic University of America in Washington DC, where she studied Philosophy and Music. At CUA, Ms. Brackstone was a student minister to freshmen girls, led a weekly service site to serve those experiencing homelessness in DC, founded and led the inaugural year of the Thomistic Institute chapter at CUA, worked in the Office of the President, and represented the University in many ways, including with her music. Her passion for the liberal arts led her to intern with the start-up liberal arts institution, Ralston College, in Savannah, [...]

Ms. Marie-Sophie Brackstone2023-10-24T12:51:30-04:00

Mrs. Cassie Tyler


Mrs. Cassie Tyler loves being part of this beautiful Catholic community that guides each child as an individual, student, and child of God. In her free time, Mrs. Tyler enjoys cooking, reading, and spending time in nature. Mrs. Tyler, her husband, and their daughter reside in Central Mass. Cassie has a B.A. in Elementary and Special Education from Providence College and a M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction from Boston College. ctyler@stbca.org

Mrs. Cassie Tyler2023-10-10T20:04:51-04:00

Mrs. Jane Bleakley


Mrs. Jane Bleakley loves “poring over new illustrated children’s books” and watching the Pats with her family. She says she “remembers vividly what it was like to make Art with adults when I was young. It felt great to know that playing with clay and color was something an adult found to be important.” Mrs. Bleakley hopes to provide that same space in which her own students can experience excitement about art. Jane has her Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts in Painting from the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. jbleakley@stbca.org

Mrs. Jane Bleakley2023-10-24T12:52:00-04:00

Mrs. Kristina Rouditchenko


Originally from Towson, MD, Kristina loves playing the ukulele and singing, and from a very young age, was drawn to music and its effect on her creative and imaginative self. Kristina says, "I found that early exposure to music advanced my abilities in learning to read and increased my phonemic awareness as a child. Music is one of the many joys in life and I am so excited to be sharing in that joy with you. It is truly a pleasure to be part of the St. Benedict Classical Academy as the Music Teacher and I am eager to see how [...]

Mrs. Kristina Rouditchenko2023-10-24T13:06:03-04:00

Mr. Stewart Pruslin


Mr. Stew Pruslin loves playing and coaching sports. He also loves creating and recording original music on the keyboard, piano and guitar. Mr. Pruslin is eager to “help children develop social, emotional and physical skills through P.E.” Stew has a B.S. in Computer Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and a M.Ed. in Elementary Education from Boston University. mrpruslin@aol.com

Mr. Stewart Pruslin2023-10-10T20:09:42-04:00

Mrs. Angela Montalbano


Mrs. Angela Montalbano grew up down the road in Sherborn, MA, and received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Villanova University. She previously worked on the medical/ surgical unit at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston as well as the step-down unit at St. Jude Medical Center in Fullerton, CA. Mrs. Montalbano currently lives in Holliston with her husband and two children (current SBCA students). Angela says, “After leaving the profession to be home with my children, I am excited to get back into nursing…I have always had a strong calling to be a nurse and to serve others and [...]

Mrs. Angela Montalbano2023-10-10T20:10:49-04:00
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