Head of School

Bio

Chris Kolovos is the Head of School at Boston University Academy. Prior to BUA, Chris served for seven years as the Associate Head of School at Greens Farms Academy in Connecticut, where he oversaw the school’s academic program: creating a new schedule, service-learning program, and faculty evaluation system; leading the adoption of new courses focused on STEM, sustainability, global studies, and social justice; directing major institutional efforts to strengthen diversity, equity, and inclusion; and spearheading a hiring campaign that doubled the number of faculty of color during his tenure. He began his teaching career at Belmont Hill School, where he served for nine years as a history teacher, department chair, and Director of Global Education.

A son of Greek immigrants, Mr. Kolovos grew up in the Boston suburbs. He attended Roxbury Latin School and then Harvard College as a first-generation college student. He later earned a law degree at Harvard, while serving as Coordinating Editor of the Harvard Law Review. He lives outside of Boston with his wife, Tracey, son Charlie, and their dog, Circe.

Professional

Associate Head of School
Greens Farms Academy
Westport, CT
2013-2020

Director of Global Education
History Department Chair
Belmont Hill School
Belmont, MA
2004-2013

Education

Harvard Law School
JD, cum laude, 2003

Harvard College
AB, magna cum laude, 1998

Roxbury Latin School
Magna cum laude, 1994

Interview with Chris Kolovos







Further Reading

Reflection from Chris Kolovos – February 2020
Student Interview with Chris Kolovos – November 2019
Letter from Chris Kolovos to the BUA Community – June 2019
Memo from BU Provost Jean Morrison announcing appointment of Chris Kolovos
BU Today article about Chris Kolovos