Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

Welcome to Palm Valley School, where excellence in education is not just a goal it's a way of life. Behind the scenes, a group of dedicated individuals works tirelessly to ensure that our institution thrives and continues to provide the best possible education for our students. Meet our esteemed Board of Trustees – the driving force that shapes our present and guides our future.

At the heart of Palm Valley School’'s success is our Board of Trustees, a diverse assembly of visionaries who bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the table. Comprising leaders from various professional backgrounds, the Board envisions and formulates strategies that align with our school's mission. Their insight into educational trends, community dynamics, and global developments helps us stay ahead in an ever-evolving world.
In essence, the Board of Trustees at Palm Valley School embodies the spirit of dedication, innovation, and forward-thinking that defines our institution. Through their tireless efforts, we continue to build a legacy of excellence that empowers our students to shape the world of tomorrow.

Click on their profile below to learn more about each of them.

List of 7 members.

  • Photo of Stone James

    Stone James 

    Director of Economic Development
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  • Photo of Nate Otto

    Nate Otto 

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  • Photo of Briana Jordan

    Briana Jordan 

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  • Photo of Sarah Dunn

    Sarah Dunn 

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  • Photo of Sara Rouche

    Sara Rouche 

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  • Photo of Garrett Falzone

    Garrett Falzone 

    Financial Analyst
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  • Photo of Kevin Doran

    Kevin Doran 

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To contact the Board of Trustees at Palm Valley Private School, email them at BOT@pvs.org.
Palm Valley Private School occupies 34 acres in Rancho Mirage with stunning mountain views. The campus features separate campuses and buildings for each of our four divisions – Preschool (ages 18 months to 5), Elementary (Grades K-5), Middle School (Grades 6-8), and High School (Grades 9-12), along with a full-size gymnasium, several separate recesses and athletic fields, a black box theater and smart lab.