Ms. Sarah D’Annolfo, the newest member of the English department, is excited to make her mark on Belmont Hill. She grew up in Baltimore as the daughter of two teachers. Growing up, she enjoyed competitive Irish dancing and Lacrosse and attended the Brimmer School, an all-girls school in Baltimore. She left Baltimore to attend Dartmouth College, where she received a B.A. in English as well as captained the Varsity Lacrosse team, and then to Stanford Graduate School of Education for an M.A. in Policy, Organization, and Leadership Studies. She has 3 kids, ages 1, 3, and 5, and enjoys running, yoga, and learning to cook in her free time.
At Belmont Hill, she teaches English 2 and English 4, as well as coaching 3B soccer and middle school track, and advising Fourth Formers. Although she had known of Belmont Hill beforehand from being in independent schools her whole life, she had no previous ties to Belmont Hill. She previously has taught for Teach for America in St. Louis, The McDonogh School, and at the Taft School in Connecticut.