Laura Hrasky teaches mathematics at St. Paul’s School. She is the head of a girls house, coaches girls varsity tennis, and serves as a lifeguard in the SPS pool.
Mrs. Hrasky grew up in Newton, Mass., and attended a public high school. She spent many summers working at an overnight camp in New Hampshire and as a result fell in love with the sense of community that living with others offered, which led to her interest in living and working in a boarding school.
Mrs. Hrasky graduated summa cum laude and earned Phi Beta Kappa honors at Tufts University, and received her master’s degree in education from Tufts the next year. She taught middle school for four years in Cheshire, Conn., and was a math teacher, dorm parent and coach for nine years at the Pomfret School in Pomfret, Conn., before joining the SPS faculty in 2002.
Mrs. Hrasky enjoys the outdoors with her husband and young son. “I have been swimming since I was little, and I love taking the time to swim in the wonderful pool here at school, as well as in Lake Winnipesauke, where my family spends the summer.”