Dr. Randy Bartlett, M.Ed., Ph.D.

Head of School-Humanities Teacher

Randy has been working in education and non-profit organizations for two decades. He has been a teacher in small rural schools like the Acworth Center School, a school principal at Propel East and Propel Montour, a designer of the project based Andrew Street High School, a Director of Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment and Data and A Senior Director of Research, Reporting and the Arts. He designed and directed the Pittsburgh Urban Teaching Corp and teaches graduate students on their path to becoming teachers at Chatham University. He has served as the president of the Board of Trustees for the Waldorf School of Pittsburgh, and as a curriculum consultant for The Sprout Fund.

Most importantly he is a father, husband, a seeker of new experiences and a joyfully curious learner.

Randy has a BA in History and Religion from Oberlin College, a M.Ed. in Integrated Learning from Antioch University New England, a post masters certificate in Educational Leadership from Keene State College and a Ph.D. in Leadership and Change from Antioch University.

A utopian at heart, he believes that enriching learning opportunities and supportive communities can transform our world.


Paige Wiegman, M.Ed.

Co-Founder and Admissions

Paige Wiegman has been an educator in public and private schools as well as out of school learning organizations for two decades. She taught at the Acworth Center School in New Hampshire before moving back to her hometown of Pittsburgh. She used her background in science and environmental education as an educator with RiverQuest  before teaching science in the Lower School at The Ellis School. She currently teaches the 7th grade class at the Waldorf School of Pittsburgh. Paige is the co-founder of City of Bridges High School and will oversee Admissions for our founding year.

Most importantly, Paige is a mother, a partner, a scientist and an educator committed to supporting students on their paths of self-discovery.

Paige has a BA in Environmental Studies from Oberlin College and an M.Ed. in Integrated Learning and Environmental Education from Antioch University New England. She is currently completing her Waldorf Teacher Certification at Antioch University New England.