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John Camp


English, The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning
Director of Student Enrichment, Associate Director of The Center, English Department Faculty, Director of Experiential Learning


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B.A., Middlebury College 1993
M.A.L.S., Dartmouth College 2003


Camp (this is what he goes by) is a graduate of Middlebury College '93 (with a B.A. in English/creative writing) and Dartmouth College '03 (with a M.A.L.S. in gender studies/creative writing). He teaches V Form Books Without Bordersand VI Form English electives, including "Getting LOST," "Getting LOST II: The Writers' Room," and "Rebels With a Cause." Additionally, Camp co-teaches with Jacob Backon for the St. Mark's Saturday course, "Getting LOST III: The Art & Physics of Time Travel." He is the author of the St. Mark's School Writing Manual and the chief editor of the academic journal, "LEO." In his role as Associate Director of The Center, he is in charge of Student Enrichment. He served as head football coach from 2008-2012 and was on the coaching staff of the North squad for the 2012 Massachusetts Shriners All-Star Classic football game. He was awarded the Kidder Faculty Prize at the 2012 St. Mark's Commencement. Camp lives on campus with his wife Tara Taylor Camp (who works part-time as an Admission Assistant) and their three children Grady, Joss, and Desmond, as well as their two greyhounds Jody & Hurley and two Westies Simon & Mick. In 2019, Camp was appointed the Director of Experiential Learning.

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