Gilman's administrative team provides the vision, leadership, and day-to-day management required to keep Gilman a vibrant, dynamic, educational community. Like most who work at Gilman, they wear many hats, also serving as teachers, coaches, and counselors.
Henry P. A. Smyth
Bartley Griffith Jr.
Assistant Head of School for Teaching and Learning
Head of the Upper School
Peter O. Kwiterovich '87
Head of the Middle School
Head of the Lower School
Timothy Holley, Jr. '77
Director of Athletics
Director of Enrollment
Marc J. Hoffman
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds
Sean T. Furlong
Director of Finance and Operations
Director of College Counseling
Johnnie L. Foreman, Jr.
Director of Community and Diversity
M. Kate Ratcliffe
Director of Development
Director of Libraries
Director of Marketing and Communications
Director of Plant Operations
Tahare (Tye) Campbell
Director of Technology
Headmaster Henry P.A. SmythHenry P.A. Smyth is the 14th Headmaster of Gilman School. He began his term effective July 1, 2013.
Smyth, who has worked in independent schools for more than 20 years, joined Gilman School as Assistant Headmaster in July 2010. In that role, he assisted in the overall operations of the School, paying particular attention to faculty hiring and professional development as well as the implementation of Gilman's Long-Range Plan.
A graduate of Phillips Academy Andover, Princeton University (A.B.) and Stanford University (M.A.), Smyth has been a teacher, coach, and administrator at various times in his career, including positions at Charlotte (N.C.) Country Day School, St. Albans School in Washington, D.C., and the Head-Royce School in Oakland, Calif., where he was tenth grade dean and Assistant Director of Admissions. Before coming to Gilman, Smyth spent six years as Head of the Upper School (grades 4-8) at St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School in Washington, D.C. In addition to teaching at all levels – Lower, Middle, and Upper – during his career, he has also coached soccer and basketball.
Smyth, his wife Elizabeth and sons Pitman and Billy live on campus.