Track - Varsity
Keith Culbertson | profile
Keith Culbertson has been teaching at St. Paul’s Middle School since 2005. He is the Mathematics Chair for the Middle School, also teaching seventh and eighth grade math. Keith is the Varsity Cross Country Coach in the fall, and coaches the 7th grade basketball team in the winter. He received a B.S. in Math Education and a Minor in Visual Art from Elizabethtown College in 1999. Keith Graduated from the Gilman school and spent his first 6 years of teaching there before joining St. Paul’s.
Bryce DeBoer | profile
After working as a teacher, dorm parent, and football coach at Kents Hill, a New England boarding school where he taught the full spectrum of mathematics from algebra through calculus, Bryce DeBoer is ready to bring his infectiously positive energy and history of significant student support to the St. Paul’s mathematics department. Bryce earned his bachelor’s degree in mathematics from St. Lawrence University and has done teacher training at the University of Virginia. As a coach Bryce will be working to sustain the excellence of our championship track and field team.
Andrew Robinson | profile
It was perhaps inevitable that a life of outdoor education, summer camp counseling, wilderness first aid, and wilderness outings would lead Andrew Robinson to his pursuit of an Environmental and Sustainability Sciences major while at Cornell, which led him to St. Paul’s as our Environmental Systems teacher. As much as he is eager to teach that subject, he is also happy to have the chance to participate in Kinsolving trips, coach, and work on school inclusivity initiatives. A graduate of McDonogh School, Andrew is also happy to be able to return home to Baltimore.
Jason Stine | profile
Jason arrived at St. Paul’s in 2009 after teaching for five years in the suburbs of Austin, Texas. He teaches IB Physics while serving as the Science Department Chair and coaching cross country. He holds a B.A. in Physics from Franklin & Marshall College and a M.S. in Geophysics from The University of Texas at Austin. He and his wife Jennifer have three sons in the Lower School, a 2nd grader and twins in kindergarten. When he’s not spending time with his family and chasing his sons, he’s an avid runner and enjoys playing and watching sports and throwing tennis balls for his dog Riley.