Anne "Toby" Scott

Anne “Toby” Scott's career in education has spanned more than 40 years. She attended Wellesley College, and graduated with a B.A. and M.A./M.S. in English and Education from Southern CT State University. She also received a Diplome Superieur, Alliance Francaise, Paris, France in French language and literature.

Toby began her career teaching at Branford High School and then worked abroad as the Bilingual Assistant to the Director of Admissions, INSTEAD, Fountainbleau, France. She was a teacher at Ecole Interationale, part of the Paris University System and taught English at the American School in London, England. Upon returning to the United States, Toby taught at Oxford Academy in Westbrook. At Marvelwood School in Kent, Connecticut, she was Director of Studies; English Department Chair; and taught English, French, and photography. She was appointed Marvelwood’s Head of School in 1997, a position she held until she retired in 2005.

Toby is involved with many Boards on the Shoreline: Madison ABC and League of Women Voters, the Scranton Memorial Library, Neighbor to Neighbor Food Pantry, and Oxford Academy. She has also been an officer at the Madison Beach Club (President 2010 and 2011). Previously, she participated on NEASC Visiting Committees for accreditations, The Vail Deane School Board, and Board of Directors for the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools (CAIS).

Toby and her husband, Tim, live in Madison. Her son Christopher de Chabert is a graduate of TCS Class of 1978 and she has three grandchildren currently attending.