Arlyle Schultz, Head Counselor
Arlyle Schultz is happy to be starting her 17th year at OSA. She started with the Middle School in 2006 as a humanities teacher and has since moved into the Head Counselor position. She is responsible for overseeing scheduling and advising the 6th -9th grade. She's excited for the new semester and looks forward to working with students, families, and faculty in the 22-23 school year.
David Smith, Director of Technology
Mr. Smith has been working in Information Technology since 1987. David joined OSA in its first year. He is excited to be working with the OSA community to design an effective, reliable, and innovative technology infrastructure that supports OSA in all areas. He holds a B.A. from Earlham College.
Kala Stepter, Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Coordinator
Kala is joining OSA after having taught math at the elementary and middle school level in Washington DC and the Bay Area. As a learner and educator, she enjoys working with students and families to explore our global community, inspire curiosity and innovation through project based learning, and dream of what could be. Both in and outside of the classroom, Kala has deconstructed and redesigned schoolwide systems to create more equitable and accessible spaces. While simultaneously teaching, she has partnered with families to uplift their voices and begin a PTO, developed a social justice centered math curriculum utilizing the liberatory design model, and led professional development around equity and justice. By taking deliberate steps, she believes that we can build transformative school systems uplifting collaboration, creativity, and community.
Kala holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Stanford University and a dual Master’s in Education from Lesley University.