Contact Us

Gould Admissions Office
27 Church Street
Bethel, ME 04217
Phone: 207-824-7777
Fax: 207-824-2926

Directions to Gould Academy

Meet the Team

Christopher Sparks

B.A., University of Southern Maine
Assistant Head of School for Institutional Advancement

Chris has spent a 19-year career working with families and students at the university and independent school levels. Prior to his re-arrival at Gould, he spent time as the Director of Advancement at Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill, and also at his alma mater, Wilbraham and Monson Academy, as Director of Admissions and Head Boys’ Basketball Coach. As a collegiate men’s basketball coach, he spent time at the University of Pennsylvania, Central Connecticut State University, Brown University, and the University of New England. In addition to his collegiate coaching experience, he served for three years as a middle school special education teacher in the Portland, Maine, public school system. Chris attended the University of Southern Maine, and holds a certificate from the Lily School of Philanthropy in Non-Profit Fundraising.
He and his wife, Leah, and children Keenan, Cuyler, Ruby, and Christopher Jr. are so thankful to be a part of the Gould community.
Rebecca Andreozzi

Director of Admissions
B.A. University of Maine Farmington
Advisory Program Assistant Director


Ms. Andreozzi has been teaching since 1978 and brings vast expertise in understanding various learning styles and determining the appropriate accommodations and modifications to ensure student success. Prior to Gould, she worked in a private country day school providing academic support for students with a variety of learning profiles. She consulted with admissions and was responsible for reviewing educational evaluations to determine best teaching practices. Outside the Gould community, Ms. Andreozzi is a former member of the Board of Trustees for the Maine Women’s Fund and is an active volunteer for a program in Guatemala called Safe Passage. She lives in Portland and has four children (and a son-in-law and daughter-in-law): Jessica, Sarah, Rocky and Samantha. Her family has grown with the additions of her grandsons, Dusty and Jax. She loves Maine winters and is passionate about doing everything and anything outdoors in Bethel. One of her most memorable experiences was going up in a powered parachute over campus and Bethel. Simply breathtaking!

Bryan Johansmeyer

Associate Director of Admissions
B.A. Stony Brook University
Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach


Mr. Johansmeyer is in his second year at Gould. He comes here with more than 10 years of enrollment and recruiting experience at both the high school and collegiate level. He is very excited to continue to be a representative of this community. His favorite part of being at Gould is spending time with all of the amazing students we have. He greatly enjoys his role as the Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse Coach, where he is able to build strong relationships with the players both on and off the field.

Mr. J lives in Davidson Dormitory with his wife, Danielle, and son, Samuel. When not in Davidson, the Johansmeyer family can be found exploring the endless outdoor opportunities in Bethel hiking, fishing, rock climbing and skiing.

Cory McClure

Associate Director of Admissions
B.A., University of New England
Boys’ Varsity Basketball Head Coach

Mr. McClure has spent over 20 years working closely on enrollment initiatives at both the collegiate and independent school level. He enjoys his role as an ambassador for the Gould Academy community as he and the admission team work to shape the institution’s student body each year. He notes that some of his most satisfying professional and personal moments have been witnessing the transformation of young people over the course of their experience at Gould. Known to some on campus as Coach McClure, he also enjoys his role as Head Coach of the Boys’ Basketball program and is proud of the success his student-athletes have had on the court, in the classroom and ultimately their continued collegiate careers beyond time spent in Bethel, Maine.  He and wife Destiny are parents to Max, Sylvia and Griffin and enjoy spending time as a family, which these days is spent chasing youth athletic contests and their many other activities.
Rebecca Winsor

Director of Financial Aid and Associate Director of Admissions
B.A. Dickinson College


Ms. Winsor grew up in Boulder, Colorado, and is a graduate of Dickinson College, where she studied Economics and American Studies. Her passion for education and student experience led her to Gould, where she’s excited to be Director of Financial Aid and Associate Director of Admissions. Ms. Winsor lives in Gehring Dorm, with her pup Remi. In her free time, you can find her hiking, skiing, and spending time with her family.

Tyler Snowe

On-Snow Admissions Coordinator
U-14 Coach
B.S. University of Southern Maine


A native of Auburn, Maine, and a former athlete in the Gould Academy weekend program, Coach Snowe has had a lifelong passion for ski racing. He began sharing his love for the sport as a coach in the GACP Weekend Program and has been an asset to our coaching staff for over a decade. He also helps guide aspiring snow sport athletes through the admissions process as part of the Admissions team. Coach Snowe graduated from the University of Southern Maine with a degree in Leadership and Organizational Studies, and his coaching approach is anchored by principles of team development, which resonates well with our athletes. Coach Snowe lives in Bethel with his wife, Courtney.  When he is not on the hill, he enjoys golfing and spending time on the water in Cundy’s Harbor, Maine.

Tracy Hiebert

Administrative Assistant
University of New Mexico

Ms. Hiebert’s background is in administration and customer service. She is very familiar with the boarding school experience, having attended a ski racing academy in high school. In college, she skied competitively at the University of New Mexico after a season on the U.S. Ski Team. She is a dedicated wife to her husband Luke and mother of four children: Brooke ’16, Ryan ’19, Ben ’23, and Kira. She enjoys paddle boarding, trail running and hiking the surrounding mountains in the off-season. Come winter, you will always find her at Sunday River skiing and supporting the Gould Academy Competition Program.