A veteran track coach and educator with 27 plus years experience, Ron Provost joined the Stevenson School faculty in 1999 as a science teacher and residential faculty member. In addition to his science responsibilities Ron has served the school as the Dean of Students, the Head of the Lower and Middle Division, and most recently as a college counselor. Ron assumed the head coaching position of the school’s track and field program in 2011 overseeing both the boys and girls teams since. His 2013 boys team won the MTAL meet championship and this 2019 girls team won the PCAL Mission Division championship. Ron also coached varsity football at Stevenson for three years and has coached the sport a total of ten years. His 2000 Pirate football team were the undefeated MTAL champions. He coached squash at the JV level for six years at a prior school. An outstanding athlete in the prep ranks, Ron was a four time NEPSAA New England track and field meet participant, competing in the 4x100m, long jump, shot put, discus, and 200m. He was part of a school record 4x100 relay team. He also earned all league honors twice in football. Ron graduated from Occidental College with a degree in Marine Biology and added a masters in Environmental Biology from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1992.