Kyle Tremblay was born and raised in southern New Hampshire. She currently resides on campus at Proctor Academy, where she and her husband, Mark are head dorm parents in Burbank East dormitory. Kyle gave birth to her first child, Bria, in May, 2010 and loves being a mother. Kyle spends much of her free time traveling with friends and family and enjoys the outdoors.
Kyle attended Central High in Manchester, NH where she was a multi-sport athlete and dancer. Upon graduation, she enrolled at the University of New Hampshire where she majored in psychology and minored in sociology and justice studies. During her time at UNH, Kyle had the opportunity to intern at Epping Middle-High School as an adjustment counselor. She also interned at the Strafford County Head Start Program, where she worked to educate low-income children and families. While at UNH, Kyle was a member of the UNH dance team, for which she served as captain for two years. Kyle earned her B.A. from UNH in 2004. Upon graduation, she continued her advocacy work as a volunteer for the Head Start Program.
Kyle continued her education at Springfield College, earning her Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2006. During her graduate studies, she served for two years as a school social worker in Hartford, CT and Springfield, MA. At that time, she was also employed as a respite counselor for the Behavioral Health Network and as well as an in-home counselor at The Children’s Home, working with at risk youth and families. From 2005-2006, Kyle volunteered for AmeriCorps, dedicating nine months to the Citizen Schools after school program.
Kyle was hired at Proctor Academy in 2006. She is a Learning Specialist, dorm parent, runs the dance program in the fall and is the choreographer for the spring musical each year. In addition, she also co-facilitates the Proctor Alliance Club. At Proctor, Kyle has had the opportunity to advance herself professionally by regularly attending various conferences and workshops. She has taken courses on language-based learning disorders and has participated in summer study at The Landmark School. In 2008, she (along with two other colleagues) led a trip to Nicaragua, where Proctor students volunteered at Hogar Luceros Del Amanecer, a health and educational project and home for children. For the past two years, Kyle has led service-based projects for Proctor students at the Boys and Girls Club in Manchester, NH.
Kyle looks forward to many years at Proctor Academy and to continuing to help young people grow to become effective, confident learners.