Education: Ms. Freed obtained a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University and a Masters in Education from Harvard University.
Previous experience: Prior to becoming a college counselor, Ms. Freed spent three years as the 12th grade English teacher at PHA. She taught both AP English Literature and English 12. Ms. Freed has also served as an admissions interviewer for Brown University and an SAT prep teacher. Currently, in addition to teaching at PHA, Ms. Freed is an adjunct faculty member at Lesley University, where she teaches a theater class to students with developmental disabilities.
Hobbies and interests: Ms. Freed enjoys sports such as golf, basketball, cross-county skiing, and cycling. She’s also passionate about theater, particularly improv comedy. If Ms. Freed isn’t running around outside or directing a theater production, she can be found at home baking, playing guitar, or reading.
Why did you choose to work at Prospect Hill Academy?: "I work at PHA because its diverse and tight-knit community inspires me to be the best educator possible. I love how well I get to know the students and the other faculty members. Working at PHA means you get to be so much more than a teacher: you get to mentor students, you have the freedom to bring new ideas to the table, and most importantly, you really get to learn from all the other people around you."