Marty is a proud life-long graduate of Catholic schools, from grammar school (St. Luke's School, Schenectady, New York) to high school (Notre Dame - Bishop Gibbons High School, Schenectady, New York) to college (Iona College, '81, New Rochelle, New York). He also graduated from Boston University with a M.Ed. in General Counseling in 1982. A high school and collegiate cross country and track & field runner, he also coaches the cross country team at Bishop Sullivan CHS. He writes his best college recommendations for students who root for the New York Yankees - just kidding! Marty is the parent of BSCHS graduate Dylan (College of William & Mary Class of 2017) and Maddie (BSCHS Class of 2015). Marty has been Director of Guidance since 1995.
Tracey took on the role of CHS Guidance Administrative Assistant in 2016 after 14 years as a homemaker and Navy spouse. She has a BSc in Psychology from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, Canada and an MA in Counseling Psychology from Anna Maria College in Paxton, MA.
Pre-military family life, Tracey worked with school & summer youth programs, as a Montessori teacher, as an educator in programs for children with autism, and as a Guidance Counselor. She is a Catholic High School parent and enjoys getting to know students and parents in our Crusader community. In her free time, she enjoys baking, watching movies and traveling.
LJ has a BA in both History and Forensic Studies from Indiana University, a JD from the College of William and Mary and an LLM (Masters of Law-Health Care) from George Washington University. She has shepherded five of her children through BSCHS and since 2003 worked, first, in the Development Office and then in the Guidance Office as Registrar. She is also the bookstore manager and an unofficial mom to all the students who misplace their books on a regular basis. LJ also retired from the Naval Reserve JAG Corps as CAPT.
Natalie earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Bible from Anderson University in 2005. Later she graduated with two Master’s degrees from Regent University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2017 and Practical Theology in 2015. From 2016-2017, Natalie served as a counseling intern at Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginia (CCEVA).
In early 2018, she became a Resident in Counseling at CCEVA and continues to provide outpatient mental health counseling at their Virginia Beach office. She has also served as a part-time student assistance program (SAP) counselor at Portsmouth Catholic Regional School since early 2018. In 2019 she came on board as the SAP counselor at Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School.
Natalie resides in Virginia Beach with her husband, Jonathan. They love to go out to dinner and take walks when the weather is nice.
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Catholic High School is AdvancED accredited and the Diocese of Richmond is AdvancED accredited as a school system.
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Catholic High School is listed as one of Virginia Living's Top High Schools and Colleges 2018
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