Health and Wellness

Wellness Center

The Wellness Center is a structural and symbolic hub for community wellbeing at Tower Hill. Literally tagged as “A Haven for Hiller Health,” the Wellness Center is committed to the mission of supporting the emotional growth and mental health of all of our students. The Wellness team collaborates directly with students, families and faculty to lessen the impact of social-emotional difficulties on daily life for students. The goals are to identify specific needs, to plan for student support and to determine the appropriate level of intervention that is required, so that all students may function to the best of their capability. Helping students to develop positive habits of self-care and a true sense of self-awareness are also part of this process.

The Wellness Center is simultaneously focused on the proactive establishment of healthy life patterns through teaching, programming and parent education. Collectively, these endeavors allow our students to cope as needed and thrive when possible.

Health Office

The school nurse in the Tower Hill School Health Office is available throughout the school day to help all students with preventive care and education, as well as acute and emergency care. The school nurse is a qualified professional dedicated to serving students with both acute and chronic health conditions and plays a large role in the daily management of many conditions. The nurse is also responsible for coordinating care by communicating with the student’s family and health care providers, so that they can stay healthy and ready to learn. The nurse coordinates care with the school’s athletic trainers as needed. A medical assistant is working in tandem with the school nurse during the 2022-2023 school year. Contact School Nurse Alexis "Lexy" Herbein, RN at

The philosophy of the THS Health Office is centered on the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child model (WSCC), which promotes a collaborative approach designed to improve learning and health in our school. There are 10 components in this model with a great emphasis on the psychosocial and physical environment. A major component of the WSCC model—Counseling, Psychological and Social Services—is often an area that overlaps with the school psychologists in the Wellness Center, and students may be referred by the school nurse for additional care to address these needs.

Health and Wellness Team

List of 5 members.

  • Photo of Andrea Sarko

    Mrs. Andrea Sarko 

    Director of Service Learning and of Mindfulness
    Boston University - B.A.
    Teachers College, Columbia University - M.Ed.
    Mindful Schools - Certification
  • Photo of Amy Cuddy, Ph.D.

    Dr. Amy Cuddy, Ph.D. 

    School Psychologist
    (302) 575-0550
    Bryn Mawr College - M.A. and Ph.D., Clinical Developmental Psychology
    Franklin and Marshall College - B.A., Psychology
  • Photo of Lauren Lineback

    Dr. Lauren Lineback 

    Middle/Upper School Psychologist
    Rutgers University - B.A., Psychology
    Widener University Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology - M.A., Psy.D., Clinical Psychology
    Widener University, School of Business Administration - Master of Health Administration
  • Photo of Alexis Herbein

    Mrs. Alexis Herbein 

    University of Delaware - B.S. Nursing
    Wilmington University - M.S. Nursing Leadership
  • Photo of Jessica Hart

    Jessica Hart 

    Nursing Assistant