Virginia Buckles (she/her/hers) teaches Latin in the Language and Culture Studies Department as well as religious studies classes in the Humanities Department. She is also the Associate Chaplain at St. George’s. Buckles has coached field hockey and swimming at various levels, and is currently the head JV field hockey coach. She works as a dorm parent in the third-form dormitory complex. Buckles taught at St. George’s from 2011 to 2014 and returned in 2017 after earning her Master of Divinity degree at Yale University. Her undergraduate degree is a double concentration in Classics and Italian Studies from Brown University.
Corwith Cramer teaches Latin and Maritime Literature, and directs the Surfing & Leadership Program. A graduate of St. Georges, Class of 2000, Mr. Cramer holds a bachelor’s degree in Classics and Philosophy from Colby College and a master’s degree in the teaching of English from Columbia University’s Teachers College. A former Outward Bound instructor, Mr. Cramer seeks to follow the example of the German educator Kurt Hahn by fostering “an enterprising curiosity, an undefeatable spirit, tenacity in pursuit, readiness for sensible self-denial and above all, compassion.” When not in the classroom, Mr. Cramer enjoys reading, woodworking, getting after it in the outdoors, and raising his two children, Willa and Field, with his wife.