Lucille Stott
Lucille Stott arrived at Concord Academy in January 1978 and remained until 1990, serving as French and ethics teacher, academic dean, and interim head of school before taking a hiatus to pursue writing projects. She returned in 1999 and for the next 15 years served at various times as CA Magazine editor, writing tutor, English teacher, and interim dean of faculty, before retiring in 2014. Since her retirement, she has worked as a writer and editor and published two books: Saving Thoreau’s Birthplace: How Citizens Rallied to Bring Henry Out of the Woods (TMC Books. 2018) and Concord Academy at 100: Voices from the First Century (Concord Academy, 2022).