David Perry comes to campus for two days

September 9, 2021

David Perry worked as an attorney before teaching history and rising through the ranks of administration to become the Headmaster at Nido de Aguilas in 2018. (Nido de Aguilas website)

David Perry, the second of four candidates coming to campus in September, arrived this morning. In the note sent to families last night, Tim Welsh and Tim O’Brien, co-chairs of the search committee wrote that:

Perry has spent his twenty-three-year career within a diverse set of college-preparatory, independent, day, and boarding schools, as well as international schools. He currently serves as the Head of School at the International School Nido de Aguilas, a prekindergarten-grade 12 school serving 1850 students in Santiago, Chile. Mr. Perry has been at Nido since 2014, first serving as High School Principal, then as Assistant Head of School, and as Head since 2018. Prior to his work at Nido, he held administrative roles at The Academy at Charlemont (MA); counseling roles at the International School of Beijing; and classroom and technology roles at the Friends School of Baltimore and Northfield Mount Hermon School (MA). Mr. Perry holds a B.A. from Clark University (MA), a J.D. from Suffolk University (MA), and a M.Ed. in educational administration from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

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