Healthy Minds and Bodies

A healthy body, mind and spirit are of paramount importance to the Masters experience. We are committed to supporting this must-have equilibrium by offering a diverse range of services and initiatives to help our students accomplish balanced and healthy lifestyles.

We see the physical, social and emotional well-being of our students as a lifelong goal and to that end, we also offer a range of social, recreational, artistic and athletic options for students to pursue outside of the classroom.

Health and Wellness Programs

List of 3 items.

  • Counseling

    The social-emotional health of our students is key to their overall well-being and a crucial component of a successful education. Masters offers an array of counseling services, workshops and training to promote healthy choices, a balanced lifestyle and personal growth. Our Counseling Center is staffed with licensed mental health professionals dedicated to addressing the social and emotional health of our students. Counselors are available for individual and group counseling on a short-term basis (8 - 10 sessions) to assist students with challenges and concerns. Should additional support be indicated, referrals to private clinicians off campus will be given.

    The school counselors along with faculty from the diversity, equity and inclusion, ethical leadership and social-emotional learning departments teach Ninth Grade Seminar. In these classes, the counseling team addresses topics such as mindfulness, resilience building, relaxation and coping techniques, self-care and access to external resources.
  • Mindfulness

    Defined as the presence of mind and focus, mindfulness has a direct impact on mental health. It is proven to reduce stress and improve conditions associated with everyday pressures and anxiety.

    Masters incorporates mindfulness practice both in and out of the classroom. Yoga, meditation and resilience skill-building workshops are also included in our co-curricular programming, as well as various programming throughout the year in collaboration with the Mental Health at Masters club.
  • Fitness

    A healthy body is as important as a healthy mind, and hence, fitness and athletics are embedded in the Masters experience. Our students have a wide selection of athletic opportunities at every level.

    Through athletics, our student-athletes learn how to be responsible for not only themselves but also for their teammates, coaches, family and community - preparing them for the many challenges in life.

    The love of the game, the hustle, the team spirit and the wide range of benefits associated with physical activity.

    Students also enjoy five expansive playing fields, as well as eight tennis courts and a 75,000-square-foot facility with six fencing lanes, an Olympic-size swimming pool, four squash courts, a fitness center, running track and a gymnasium with a regulation basketball court, two practice courts and two volleyball courts.

Meet the Team

List of 5 members.

  • Photo of Jodie Goldberg

    Jodie Goldberg 

    Associate Dean of Health and Wellness
  • Photo of Stefanie Carbone

    Stefanie Carbone 

    Upper School Counselor
  • Photo of Brandon Sanders

    Brandon Sanders 

    Upper School Counselor
  • Photo of Lydia Whitney

    Lydia Whitney 

    Upper School Counselor
  • Photo of Gretchen Campbell

    Gretchen Campbell 

    Middle School Counselor