Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees at Nichols School is composed of community members principally charged with the strategic, long-term protection and strengthening of the financial, physical and programmatic assets of the School, while manifesting the mission of the School.

Board members are eligible to serve a two, three-year term, and serve on at least one standing committee of the Board. The Board meets five times per school year, although additional special meetings may be scheduled.

2019-2020 Members of the Board of Trustees

Kristan Carlson Andersen ‘80
Katie Campos '04
Lisa Corrin '83
John Darby
Brigid Doherty
Alan Elia
Adam Greenberger '89
Anthony Habib '91
Christopher Hamill '79
Bridget Lett
Alexandra Jewett McPherson '92
Jeffrey S. Meyer
Matthew D. Miller '95
Michael F. Newman
Bonnie Padwa '79
Montgomery Pooley '80
Katherine Roach '83
W. Scott Saperston '90
Scott Socha
Alyson Spaulding
Cynthia Baird Stark
Ashok Subramanian '93
Cynthia Vance
Nelson S. Walsh '80

Our aim is to train minds, bodies and hearts for the work of life, and to carry into all we do the highest ideals of character and service.

Fast facts
Average Class Size: 14
Student/Teacher Ratio: 8:1
Acres: 30
Founded: 1892
Average Enrollment: 555
Boy/Girl Ratio: 50% / 50%
Endowment: $30 million
AP Classes: 20

Pursuit of Excellence
At Nichols, inspired teachers and students are committed to a quality standard of learning and achievement in all aspects of school life.

Integrity of Character
Our community strives to cultivate each student's sense of responsibility, compassion, honesty, and self-discipline, producing confident and ethical young people.

Tradition and Change
Grounded in the wisdom of the past, we stimulate adaptive and innovative abilities to prepare our students for the future.

Rigor and Balance
Our challenging expectations and structured environment bring out potential. Each student is encouraged to find the balance among academic, artistic, athletic and extra-curricular involvements.

Diverse Community
Nichols School reflects the region's neighborhoods and the wider world, building mutual respect and understanding. In our daily school life, we strive to be a caring community for each individual.