Hiram Cuevas joined St. Christopher’s in 1991 as a middle school science teacher, advisor, and coach. During his tenure, he also served as the Middle School Technology Coordinator and the Director of Summer Programs. In 2006, Cuevas started the journey of integrating technology into the curriculum and led the deployment of the school’s student information system and website. He was also instrumental in earning recognition for St. Christopher’s School as the Spotlight School at the Lausanne Learning Conference in 2015. Hiram is currently the Director of Information Systems and Academic Technology and holds the Charles S. Luck II ‘51 Chair of Academic Technology.
In 2019, Hiram was named the Executive Director of Blackbaud’s K-12 Advisory Board and in 2021, he was recognized by the Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools(ATLIS) as a Pillar award recipient. Hiram holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the College of William and Mary and is a member of the college’s Athletics Hall of Fame in track and field. He and his wife Grace, a teacher at Saint Gertrude High School, have three children: Gracie, Joey, and Aubrey.