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Tom Owen: English Teaching Fellow

Tom Owen joined St. Luke's School faculty in 2016 as a teaching fellow in the Upper School English department. Tom teaches ninth-grade English, is an advisor, and provides academic support as part of the Educational Support Services team. He has also coached and advised a variety of activities, including JV volleyball, middle school boys lacrosse, the student newspaper (the Sentinel), and a student-led social justice reading group. Both of Tom's parents are educators and he is grateful for the opportunity to carry on the family tradition.

Mr. Owen's Guide to Being Biracial

What is it like to be biracial? English teacher Tom Owens talks to teens about the complex and sometimes comical challenges of racial and ethnic identity.​

 "I recently learned that you are biracial. Although you grew up in Connecticut, went to boarding school, and have attended,...

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