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Fellows Program

Beginning in 2017, The Roxbury Latin School is offering new, aspiring middle and upper school teachers the opportunity to earn a Master’s degree in education while completing two-year teaching fellowships at Roxbury Latin.

The Fellows Program, in partnership with the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education, provides the foundation for exemplary teaching by combining classroom experience, attentive mentoring, and a broad, rich understanding of learning theory and pedagogy. Fellows are mentored and taught both by faculty colleagues at RL as well as professors at UPenn and form part of a distinguished cohort of fellows from ten outstanding independent day schools (Gilman, Greenwich Academy, Hopkins, North Shore Country Day, Princeton Day, Riverdale Country, Roxbury Latin, Shipley, St. Anne’s-Belfield, and Trinity-NYC) of which Roxbury Latin is the only Massachusetts member. Together, these schools form the Independent School Teaching Residency Program (ISTR) at the University of Pennsylvania.

For more information

For more information about the Roxbury Latin Fellows program, please contact Andrew Chappell (andrew.chappell@roxburylatin.org or 617.477.6359). 

Visit UPenn's ISTR website.