Founding Head of School, Interim Director of Upper School, and English
A native of Kansas City, Clayton Marsh previously served as Deputy Dean of the College at Princeton University, where he held major responsibilities for undergraduate education and led university-wide initiatives to promote innovation in teaching and curriculum design. Mr. Marsh also taught in Princeton’s Department of English and its American Studies Program and continues to serve on the board of the Seeger Fund supporting its Hellenic Studies Program. Clayton began his career at The Lawrenceville School, where he taught in the English department for seven years. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Princeton, a master’s degree in English from Stanford, a doctorate in English and comparative literature from Columbia, and a law degree from the University of Michigan Law School.