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Faculty Profile
Kevin Spingler
Science Teacher
Kevin Spingler teaches Upper School biology at Whitefield. Before joining the WolfPack in 2017, he gained more than 33 years of experience as a science, math, and philosophy/theology teacher. He also acquired sixteen years of experience in a variety of school administrative positions as well as fourteen years in various summer school and camp positions. Spingler served as a coach for 47 seasons, leading teams including softball, wrestling, soccer, crew, chess, and Science Olympiad. He has obtained a B.S. in biology and chemistry from Rutgers University, a M.S. in marine biology from Nova Southeastern University, and a M.A. in christian leadership from Criswell College.

On a professional note


Why Whitefield:
I saw at Whitefield Academy a school that is working to develop in students a passion for learning and a love for Jesus. I also saw a community where people felt comfortable with one another and they were welcoming to visitors. I am excited to work at an academy that allows me to pursue my vocation as a teacher/coach and as a faithful disciple of Christ.

Why I love my job:
There is no greater privilege than to introduce bright and curious minds to the wonders of creation and to show how this created world points to a designer who cares for his works.

On a personal note


About my family:
My wife Elena is a CPA who works for the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at Notre Dame, and my daughter Maggie is an elementary school counselor in Fairfax County, Virginia.


Hometown:
Stoughton, Massachusetts