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John Wilton Kelley
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John Wilton Kelley

Retired Teacher
John Wilton Kelley is a highly accomplished mathematics, director, and instructor. He started off at Meten Preparatory Academy as the head of the science and math department. Before taking on the position of Senior Academic Advisor to the Principal, Kelley managed seven instructors in the Science & Math department. He coordinated meetings and served as a contact with the school administration in his capacity as the department's chairman. The top pupils at Meten Preparatory Academy were also entered into math contests, and the yearly scientific fair was arranged by him. He also controlled the use of department funding. Kelley also taught Junior Physics, Honors Senior Physics, Honors Calculus, AP Calculus, Pre-calculus, and General Science when needed elsewhere and throughout this period.
Meten Preparatory Academy
University of Toronto in Ontario, Canada
Toronto, ON, Canada

Professional Background

  • Current status
    Not open to opportunities
  • Profession
    Educational Instructor
  • Fields
  • Work experience
    More than 15 years (More than 15 years relevant)
  • Management
    I've had experience in managing 15+ people
  • Highest level of education

Job search preferences

  • Desired job type
    Interested in working remotely
  • Desired positions
  • Desired work locations
  • Freelance

Work Experience

Director of Faculty

Jan 2010 - Dec 2015
6 yrs 0 mos
Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Recently retired from his role as Director of Faculty at Meten Preparatory Academy in Chengdu, China. As Director of Faculty, he performed teacher evaluations and held regular meetings with department heads.


Bachelor of Science (BS)
1992 - 1995

Licenses & Certifications

The Harry Boxen Scholarship (highest marks in 3rd-year physics)

Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
Issued Jan 2019
No Expiration Date

NSERC undergraduate research award (mathematics) NSERC undergraduate research award (physics) NSERC graduate research award (chemistry)

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Issued Jan 2016
No Expiration Date