Alumnus Chris Kolovos ‘94 Appointed Head of Boston University Academy
Roxbury Latin alumnus Chris Kolovos, Class of 1994, has been appointed as the next Head of School at Boston University Academy. BU Academy is an independent, co-ed day school located on the Boston University campus, serving just under 200 students in grades 9 through 12. The school’s curriculum combines liberal arts coursework with classes at Boston University.
Chris Kolovos serves currently as the Associate Head of School at Greens Farms Academy, an independent, pre-K-12 day school in Westport, Connecticut. In his six years at Greens Farms Academy, Mr. Kolovos has overseen the school’s academic program, from faculty hiring and professional development to curriculum and accreditation; directed institutional efforts to strengthen diversity, equity, and inclusion; spearheaded the creation of a new schedule, service-learning program, and faculty evaluation system; and led the adoption of new courses focused on STEM, sustainability, global studies, and social justice. Mr. Kolovos previously served as Director of Global Education at Belmont Hill School, where he chaired the history department and designed programs around global citizenship. After graduating from Roxbury Latin, Mr. Kolovos earned his AB in history from Harvard, from where he graduated magna cum laude. He later earned a law degree at Harvard, while serving as coordinating editor of the Harvard Law Review.
Mr. Kolovos will assume his role as BU Academy’s Head of School in the summer of 2020.