Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart Names New Director of Summer Programs
Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart has appointed Kristen Dabrowski as its new director of summer programs.
Dabrowski attended Stuart Country Day School, Franklin & Marshall College, The British-American Drama Academy and Oxford School of Drama. She has taught English, drama and film at Convent of the Sacred Heart, the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Montclair State University, the Dalton School, Franklin High School, the School of Fashion Industries, East Side Middle School, PS 58, McCarter Theatre and the Actors Institute.
For eight years, Dabrowski was the associate director of the Creative Arts and Athletics Camp in New York City. She is the author of 25 theatre books for children and teens, published by Smith & Kraus, and worked for several years in publishing at Princeton University Press and John Wiley & Sons. She is a member of the Actors’ Equity and Dramatists Guild.
“It is an honor to announce that Kristen will be joining the Princeton Academy team as our new director of summer programs. Her impressive experience and background will bring our program to even greater heights – it is going to be an exciting summer at the Academy!” states Headmaster Alfred “Rik” Dugan.
Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart is an independent school for boys in kindergarten through grade 8. The school’s summer camp is for boys and girls ages five to 14. Camps begin in June and run through August. To learn more about Princeton Academy summer programs, visit www.princetonacademy.org.
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