Seth is both a teacher and Dean of Faculty at Spring Street. Born and raised in Seattle, he taught in the Seattle Public Schools for 18 years. He has a BA in Mathematics from Oberlin College and a Masters in Human Development, with a focus on racial identity development, from Pacific Oaks College Northwest. He began his teaching career by volunteering to teach math with WorldTeach in Namibia. He is passionate about creating meaningful learning experiences, while valuing creativity, collaboration, and justice. His practice is about putting students at the center of his instruction. He met his wife Angela in 2006 on a kayaking trip to Sucia Island. After years of scheming, they finally moved in 2021 with their two girls Olivia and Hazel to San Juan. Seth enjoys all competitive sports, especially ultimate frisbee, soccer, and basketball. He is an avid nature lover and outdoorsman – hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, birding, gardening, and being outside in general. He also coaches Spring Street’s newest team sport — Ultimate Frisbee.
- BA, Mathematics, Oberlin College
- MA, Human Development, Pacific Oaks College Northwest