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The Horizons Team

Our Board

John C. Christie – Retired Attorney, Partner, Wilmer Hale

Stuart (Mickey) Elsberg – Retired Business Executive – Community Leader

Paige Evans – Owner/Operator, Graul’s Market, St. Michaels, MD

Kate Goodall Gray, Vice President – President, KRM Development Corporation

Marianne Hickman – Administrator, Cross Street Realtors

Michelle Johnson – Field Experience Coordinator/Teacher Certification, Washington College

John Lewis – Headmaster, The Gunston School

Chris McClary – Realtor, McClary Realty

Trish McGee – Associate Editor, Kent County News

Nancy Mugele –  Head of School, Kent School

Nancy Nunn, President – Education and Outreach Coordinator of the Hughes Ecology Center

Mary Price – Director of Human Resources, Dixon Valve

Jenny Randolph, Secretary – Director of Alumni and Public Relations, St. Anne’s Episcopal 

Jim Wright, Treasurer – Retired Attorney, Partner, Venable Law Firm


Our Staff

Horizons of Kent and Queen Anne’s has one full time and two part-time staff year round: an Executive Director, an Academic Director, and a High School Coordinator. We employ two site directors, four reading specialists,  and a number of teachers, teaching assistants, summer interns and an enrichment instructors during the summer program.

Amy S. Crowding, Executive Director

Connie Schroth, Academic Director

Kelley Moore, High School Coordinator

Kendyl Walton, Administrative Asst.

Kristin O'Neil, Site Director -Kent School

Patrick Hopkins, Site Director -Gunston 



Our Host Schools

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Washington College, in Chestertown, hosts the Horizons' Middle School grades for classes and meals in the dining hall. During the academic year, Washington College’s Peer Mentors also host Play Days for the Horizons students, providing educational games and fun that help them stay in touch with each other and the program between summer sessions.

Kent School, in historic Chestertown, hosts our Kent County program and serves students in grades Pr

Kent School, situated on the Chester River in historic Chestertown, hosts our Kent County program and serves students in grades Pre-K through 8. Students at the Kent School campus participate in a variety of indoor and outdoor academic and cultural enrichment activities.

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The Gunston School, situated on the Corsica River in Centreville, hosts our Queen Anne’s County program, and serves grades K through 6. Students at the Gunston campus participate in a variety of indoor and outdoor academic and cultural enrichment activities.