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Samuel Clougher   Email |  profile

Sam is from Dublin, Ireland, and moved to the United States in 2012 to complete a PG year at Berkshire School. In his year there, he was the starting goalkeeper on the NEPSAC winning soccer team and played NO. 2 singles an NO.1 doubles for the varsity tennis team. He went on to Kenyon College where he captained the soccer team as a junior and a senior. He graduated in the spring of 2017 with a B.A in History and Economics.

In the summer of 2014, Sam worked at the Advanced Studies Program at St Paul’s School, working as an intern for a class called “Changing the World,” as well as assisting in the dorms.

Sam teaches History and Economics and is the head coach of the varsity soccer team. He lives in Cluett III Centre West. 

Taylor Pirie   Email |  profile

Taylor was born and raised on the north shore of Boston, Massachusetts. He attended The Governor’s Academy where he was a member of the Varsity Soccer and Lacrosse teams. Taylor then attended Middlebury College where he received his B.A in Economics. He also was a four year member of the Varsity Lacrosse team. Last year Taylor taught at the Manlius Pebble Hill School in Syracuse NY. While he was at MPH he taught AP Economics and Algebra. He was also the head coach for JV Boys Basketball and Varsity Lacrosse. 

During his off time, Taylor enjoys being anywhere outside and especially fly fishing. During the summers he spends most of his time at his family ranch outside of Cody, Wyoming. 

Taylor is an Economics and Math instructor for this coming year and is excited about coaching soccer and lacrosse. He resides in Cluett III CW. 

T-P Scoreboard

Wednesday, 11/08/2017
  vs. Canterbury School
T   |  2-2
Saturday, 11/04/2017
  vs. Salisbury
W   |  3-1

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