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The College Office is unable to host in-person visitors in fall 2020. Please see the information below and contact us with any questions.

For College Representatives

Fall 2020 Visits
St. Albans School will begin the semester with distance learning, and our visits with college representatives will be conducted via Zoom. We are pleased to host these 30-minute meetings with our Form VI (senior) students and our counselors, to share about our school and learn more about your institution. We will not be hosting the annual Mini-Fair this fall. If you have questions, please contact Linda Stratton, College Coordinator, at

Information Sessions
If your college is hosting a regional information session—for students/parents in DC, suburban Maryland, or Northern Virginia—please send us a notice, and we will gladly post it for our community.

Contact Info

List of 5 members.

  • Photo of Nikki Magaziner Mills

    Mrs. Nikki Magaziner Mills 

    Director, College Counseling; Upper School English
    (202) 537-6447
    Washington & Lee - BA
  • Photo of Timothy Hudson

    Mr. Tim Hudson 

    Associate Director, College Counseling; Upper School History
    (202) 537-6598
    Davidson College - BA
    Harvard University - EdM
  • Photo of Samuel Schaffer

    Dr. Sam Schaffer 

    Associate Dean of Faculty; Assistant Director, College Counseling; Upper School History; Athletics
    (202) 537-6579
    University of North Carolina - BA
    Yale - MPhil
    Yale - PhD
  • Photo of Linda Stratton

    Ms. Linda Stratton 

    College Coordinator
    (202) 537-5660
    University of North Carolina - BA
    Northwestern University - MSJ
  • Photo of Patricia Boman

    Ms. Patty Boman 

    (202) 537-6442
    Providence College - BA
    Catholic University - MA
    University of Maryland at Baltimore - Credits toward MSW
Located in Washington D.C.,  St. Albans School is a private, all boys day and boarding school. For more than a century, St. Albans has offered a distinctive educational experience for young men in grades 4 through 12. While our students reach exceptional academic goals and exhibit first-rate athletic and artistic achievements, as an Episcopal school we place equal emphasis upon moral and spiritual education.