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Cardigan Mountain School A boarding and day school for boys in grades 6 through 9

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Kyla Joslin
  • Math Department

Ms. Joslin has taught math at Cardigan for six years, but her role in the community goes far beyond that. An avid baker, Ms. Joslin enjoys surprising the boys with a just-out-of-the oven chocolate chip cookie. She’s also known to be quite handy with a needle and thread, and many boys seek out her assistance with a missing button on their Cardigan blazer.

Ms. Joslin has taught math at Cardigan for six years, but her role in the community goes far beyond that. An avid baker, Ms. Joslin enjoys surprising the boys with a just-out-of-the oven chocolate chip cookie. She’s also known to be quite handy with a needle and thread, and many boys seek out her assistance with a missing button on their Cardigan blazer.

Eric and Melissa Escalante P’20,’22
  • Science Department

The Escalante Family arrived on The Point six years ago from Colorado. Mr. and Dr. Escalante both teach science while their sons Diego and Mateo are Cardigan students. The Escalantes enjoy backpacking, camping, and distance running, as well as sharing their love of ethnic foods with the Cardigan Community. The family lives in Dewar Hall, where Mr. and Dr. Escalante are dorm parents.

The Escalante Family arrived on The Point six years ago from Colorado. Mr. and Dr. Escalante both teach science while their sons Diego and Mateo are Cardigan students. The Escalantes enjoy backpacking, camping, and distance running, as well as sharing their love of ethnic foods with the Cardigan Community. The family lives in Dewar Hall, where Mr. and Dr. Escalante are dorm parents.

Alex Gray H’12, P’14,’16
  • English Department

Mr. Gray has taught English at Cardigan since 1993. After a quarter century on The Point, he knows that every day he can find Cardigan students and faculty members doing what they love. In addition to teaching, his “loves” include coaching lacrosse, skiing, and mountain biking, organizing a Cardigan team for an annual fundraising bike ride, and walking his dog Lula with his wife Liz.

Mr. Gray has taught English at Cardigan since 1993. After a quarter century on The Point, he knows that every day he can find Cardigan students and faculty members doing what they love. In addition to teaching, his “loves” include coaching lacrosse, skiing, and mountain biking, organizing a Cardigan team for an annual fundraising bike ride, and walking his dog Lula with his wife Liz.