Phoenix All Saints adds new head of lower school

All Saints’ Episcopal Day School has added Andrew Cipriano as the new Head of Lower School.

Andrew Cipriano

Andrew Cipriano

He joins the central Phoenix private independent school with more than a decade of elementary education experience, according to a July 22 press release.

Mr. Cipriano began his career as an elementary school teacher in the Granite School District in Utah, where he worked on initiatives related to elementary mathematics curriculum mapping and the implementation of positive behavioral support systems for K-6 students.

In 2007, he transitioned into the world of international independent education when he joined the Escuela Campo Alegre in Caracas, Venezuela, according to the release.

In the eight years spent in Venezuela, Mr. Cipriano served as the mathematics coordinator, then as a curriculum/assessment/data specialist and finally as assistant principal, stated the release.

“We are thrilled and eager to welcome Andrew to our faculty,” Leo Dressel, head of School at All Saints’, stated in the release. “His wonderful combination of youthful energy, intelligence, insight and significant leadership experience will be an invaluable addition to our campus.”

Mr. Cipriano earned his bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the University of Utah and his master’s degree in multidisciplinary studies from Buffalo State University, according to the release. Most recently, he received certification as a K-12 principal at Temple University.

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