Jay Tebbens

Assistant Director, Admissions at The Latin School of Chicago

Jay Tebbens

Jay Tebbens

Assistant Director, Admissions at The Latin School of Chicago

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Jason Tebbens, Assistant Director of Admissions at the Latin School of Chicago, has been working in independent schools since 2001 as a teacher, advisor and athletics coach. Jason works primarily with families interested in Latin's middle and upper school. In addition to Jason's work as Assistant Director, he serves as the boys varsity assistant soccer coach and head varsity baseball coach.

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Trustee Liaison, Dean of Multicultural Affairs at The Latin School of Chicago

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Benefit Plan Administrator at The Latin School of Chicago

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Bookkeeper Financial Secretary at The Latin School of Chicago

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MS Director at The Latin School of Chicago

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Director of Development at The Latin School of Chicago

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Director of Technology at The Latin School of Chicago

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Director of Human Resources at The Latin School of Chicago

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Director of Communications at The Latin School of Chicago

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Director of College Counseling at The Latin School of Chicago

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School Staff at The Latin School of Chicago

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Assistant Director, Admissions at The Latin School of Chicago
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Latin School was formed in 1888 when a group of parents in Chicago enlisted Mabel Slade Vickery, a teacher from the East Coast to take charge of a new, parent-owned school. The first class consisted of 10 boys approximately 10 years old. The school was designed to provide students with a rigorous college-preparatory education in the classical tradition, with a curriculum that was heavily influenced by Classical studies and the study of the Greek and Latin languages, hence the name “Latin School."

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