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After graduating from a small independent boarding school in 2002, I always knew that one day I would want to work in an Admission Office, to help prospective students gain the same great opportunity I had. I went on to receive my bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado-Boulder, did my fair share of traveling and eventually ended up as crew on a private yacht based out of Newport, R.I. Living in Newport allowed me to pursue my dream career of working with the admission team at St. George’s. In addition to my responsibilities in the Admission Office, I am also an advisor and coach. I look forward to welcoming you, and I am confident that once you visit our campus, you too will see the positive atmosphere that allows students to develop to their fullest potential.
Emma Bartnick is a teaching fellow in the mathematics department. Bartnick teaches mathematics and computer science and has helped to develop the Java programming curriculum. Bartnick not only teaches her students mathematical and programming skills, but also the practical applications for those skills. As a dorm parent and coach in the afternoons, she encourages students to recognize how their actions outside of the classroom can advance their growth and learning at St. George’s. Throughout high school and college, she was an internationally competitive equestrian. Bartnick holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental science and mathematical sciences from Barnard College.