School Counselor, MS; Head Coach - Varsity Boys Tennis; Assistant Head Coach - Varsity Girls Tennis
Jamie’s Gilmour journey began in the fall of 2000, when he was hired as a residence hall proctor. He embraced responsibilities such as head varsity men’s lacrosse coach and director of the student service program. After earning his master’s degree in school counseling from John Carroll University, he shifted his focus and responsibility to high school counseling and academic advising. Jamie now coaches both boys and girls tennis, is the voice for many of Gilmour’s home athletic competitions, and leads international curriculum-based trips for students during the summer months.
Gilmour has helped Jamie understand the significance of each position, past and present, and the impact it has on people’s lives. As a counselor, Jamie has realized the importance of guidance. As a coach, he has come to appreciate the power of inspiration. And as an advisor, he has learned the significance of a mentor.
What Jamie admires most about Gilmour is its community of resilient, driven, faith-centered people. He learned from the Brothers of Holy Cross that if we live each day passionately, knowing we can make a difference, then it is likely that we won’t worry about the past nor lose sleep thinking about what tomorrow entails. The present is where life is lived.
Jamie celebrates life each day with his wife, Regan, who is also in education, their son, James, and their black lab, Buckeye!