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An exceptional independent boarding and day school for girls grades 8-12

Meet Our Faculty

Like our student body, our faculty is a diverse and engaging group coming to Oldfields from across the states and around the world. Oldfields’ 5:1 ratio of students to faculty allows extensive flexibility to tailor each girl’s education to her abilities. The average tenure is 10+ years and 67% of our faculty hold advanced degrees.

Meet the entire faculty >

I am a writer

Whitney Schultz

English Department Chair
Advisor to the School literary magazine, Tidbit
JV Basketball Coach

“Being in the classroom teaching literature again has reconnected me with my own passion for writing and reading. My students motivate me through their curiosity and excitement, and I am pushed to read more for my own sake, but also to have new and exciting things to bring to the classroom.”

BA, Mercer University
MA, Fine Arts in Creative Writing, University of North Carolina at Greensboro


Ryan Tanner-Read

Teacher in the History Department
Model United Nations Coach

“I teach students how ‘to do’ history. Beyond memorizing facts, the goal is for students to leave my class with a skill set that allows them to look at a complex situation and make it understandable as well as relevant
to their lives."

BA, American University
MA American History, William and Mary
Finishing a dissertation on the history of science at William and Mary

I am a choreographer

Carrie Hammond

Performing Arts Chair
Dorm Parent
Director of OS Dance Company

“I love teaching all styles of dance – from ballet and lyrical, to jazz, tap, and hip hop. Whether dancing becomes a career for my girls, or a personal experience for their enjoyment, I never tire of seeing
them shine!”

Baltimore School for the Arts
BA, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)
MA, Dance instruction, UMBC

I am a World War II buff

Maribeth Littlefield

History Department Chair
Teacher for 37 years
Mother of current history teacher, Anna ’07
May Program Leader of the World War II Trip to Europe

“It is magical here at Oldfields.
I have seen girls enter, lacking self-confidence, shy in demeanor, and with little direction. Upon graduation, I see poised, confident, young women. We find something special to foster in every girl, and that is how the transformation begins.”

BS, Ursinus College
M Ed, West Chester University
1500 Glencoe Road
Sparks Glencoe, Maryland 21152

Each Girl's Success

At no other school will so many caring individuals be focused on a young woman’s success as a student, a leader, an athlete, an artist, or an adventurer!


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The Oldfields Difference

From our unique academic schedule to our one-of-a kind May Program, there are benefits to OS students that cannot be found elsewhere.

Learn more about May Program >

Undeniable Results

High standards, low pressure, and a supportive environment result in confident, successful young women.

Discover our Academic Advantage >

A Sporting Life

Experience a different approach to coaching and team building, one where sportsmanship matters and there is a place on the team for everyone.

Athletic and co-curricular options >

Unleash Creativity

In the spotlight or behind the scenes, in the studio or behind the camera, find your creative outlet.

See a recent performance >

A Girl and her Horse

Oldfields’ Riding Program is where learning moves out of the classroom and into the barn.

Meet our horses >

Total Life Balance

Students’ days are intentionally planned to nurture mind, body, and spirit – and have fun!

Student Life >

Giving back

Each new experience and every time-honored tradition we share with Oldfields girls is made possible by the gifts you send.

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