Meghan Bennett

Head of School

She earned her bachelor’s degree in Literature from California State University, where she graduated with honors. She worked as a student-teacher throughout college and upon graduation began her journey with alternative education.

In 2017 she started as an instructor at Lindamood-Bell in Pasadena and relocated to Minneapolis that summer.  During her first two years in Minneapolis, she led the cross town satellite locations serving the communities of Woodbury and Maple Grove.  From those experiences, she quickly became the Center Director of the Twin Cities location where she was able to provide support in instruction and operations.  This is where she fell in love with helping student pursue their dreams and maximize their potential, while building her team to do the same.

When Meghan isn’t on campus she likes to cuddle with her pet bunny, Mousse, typically with a book in-hand. She is a self-pronounced maker and can often be found sewing clothes, making meals, throwing or building with clay, and when the opportunity strikes has been known to dabble in blacksmithing.