Student Advisory Program
Your experience at Gould Academy goes beyond the classroom. So does the role of our faculty, as they are a key part of Gould’s Advisory Program.
Our advisors are one of the most important aspects of the Gould experience for both students and their families. For the student, their advisor is a personal guide – someone who often shares similar interests, and is a mentor, someone who helps both with academic decisions and life events.
For family members, their student’s advisor becomes the point person for all information related to their student’s experience at Gould – from academics and athletics to social issues or special interests. Without a doubt, this person becomes your most important connection with your student and the school.
Students spend time with their advisor as part of an advisee group every day. Sometimes these meetings take place in Bingham Auditorium for morning assembly, while other times it means gathering for special dinners and activities. The advisor/advisee relationship is the cornerstone of a student’s Gould experience and their success.
Advisory Program Director
Mrs. Stack teaches 10th grade West and the World and 11th grade U.S. History. In all of Mrs. Stack’s classes and programs, her goal is to seamlessly incorporate technology, differentiation, the writing process, and focused discussion methods as part of the core curriculum. In addition to teaching, she is an advisor and facilitates the Ski Patrol Program. Mrs. Stack lives off campus with her husband, Brian, their daughter, Gwen, and son, Preston. In her free time she enjoys hiking, reading, knitting, and escaping to the coast in the summer.