Sara Deveaux


Sara Deveaux, a Cincinnati native and Midwesterner at heart, earned a B.A. from Connecticut College and an M.A. in French from Middlebury. After two years at The Gunnery School, Sara returned to Paris to complete a Masters. She then lived and worked at Westminster School where she spent 22 years as a teacher, administrator, coach and dorm parent. Sara currently teaches CL French and enjoys guiding her students not only toward a fluency of expression and a love of learning, but also toward a greater understanding of the diverse cultures in the world in which they live. Sara is a co-lead language teacher at Klingenstein Summer Institute, a program for early-career teachers through Teachers College at Columbia University. Sara is a co-author of EntreCultures 3, published by Wayside. Sara and her family live in Williamstown, Mass., where she where she trains for the Pan-Mass Challenge on the hills of Vermont and New York, hikes, reads and explores a variety of cultural endeavors in the Berkshires.

Kravis Center Events


Teachers in Conversation: Video Series


"Every Student, Every Day" 
The Flipped Classroom 


Creating a Culture of Sustained Professional Growth and Reflection Within the Evaluation Process

Dean of Faculty Andrew Matlack and Sara Deveaux, director of the Henry R. Kravis ’63 Center for Excellence in Teaching, presented at the 2020 National Association of Independent School Annual Conference. Their workshop focused on incorporating professional development into the faculty evaluation process in meaningful ways.



Sara Deveaux: Kravis Center Conversations



Sara Deveaux Talks About the Kravis Center for Excellence in Teaching

We speak with Sara Deveaux about her role as Director of the Kravis Center for Excellence in Teaching.