Kitrina Hay Academic Building
What began as a one-room schoolhouse in 1996 – literally – now contains several classrooms, an art room, a library, and a computer lab. Classes are run like a traditional school, yet are small enough to allow teachers to focus on the individual needs of each student.
New Haven School is committed to creating an encouraging and challenging learning environment that enables students to become well-rounded, healthy, and productive lifelong learners.
The Kitrena Hay Academic building was named after New Haven's first academic director. She made sure that New Haven students were able to continue to pursue their academic interests while addressing therapeutic needs.
Meet Our South Campus Academic Team
Each campus is staffed with a full academic team so that we can provide a traditional college preparatory environment for our students. This allows for teacher lead instruction, small class sizes, and academic supports that range from special education through AP Courses.
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Lynsie Katoa, BS Academic Director & School Counselor/Registrar
Kimberly Beck, BS Special Education Director
Debra Robbins, BS Science Teacher Spanish Fork Campus
Barton Dowdle, BA Spanish Teacher Spanish Fork & Saratoga Springs
Kemarie Whiting Yoga Instructor Spanish Fork Campus
Kimberly Anderson, BS, MEd History Teacher Spanish Fork Campus
Karlie Smalley, BS Math Teacher Spanish Fork Campus
Robyn Jensen, BS Physical Education Teacher & Coach Spanish Fork and Saratoga Springs Campus
Brittany York English Teacher Spanish Fork Campus
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New Haven is open year round, so feel free to contact us anytime with questions, requests or, or to talk to one of our staff members. Simply call, email, or fill out the form to let us know how we can support your family.
If you are a parent or professional interested in a tour of New Haven, please reach out! Our admissions department will schedule a campus tour where you can meet our staff and students, and see one or all of our campuses.