Administration

Mrs. Deanna Garrett

Mrs. Deanna Garrett

Head of School

Born and raised in Pasco County, Florida, Mrs. Deanna Garrett has over twenty two years of experience working in public education for The Pasco County School Board. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Florida in Tampa and a Master’s in Educational Leadership from Saint Leo University. Mrs. Garrett has worked as a Classroom Teacher, Mentor Teacher, Literacy Coach, Assistant Principal, Principal Intern, and Director of Curriculum & Student Services. She worked on various committees at both at the School and District Level. Examples include one committee responsible for rewriting the guidelines for grading and assessments in the Elementary Reporting Guide. Another committee she assisted with helped develop presentations to further the knowledge base of future leaders within the school system called Engaging Leadership Learners. Mrs. Garrett has been at Saddlebrook Prep since 2016, first as Director of Curriculum and the last three years as Head of School. Mrs. Garrett’s primary goal as a school leader is to challenge the student-athletes of Saddlebrook Prep with achieving academic excellence and reaching for the next level of academic achievement in college. She has two sons, Austin and Zachary. She enjoys going to the beach, reading, and spending time with her husband and boys.

Mrs. Deanna Garrett

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Mrs. Sabrina Martinez

Mrs. Sabrina Martinez

Director of Curriculum & Guidance

Mrs. Martinez grew up in southern Oklahoma, “Where the wind comes sweeping down the plains!” She attended the University of Oklahoma, and as a Sooner undergrad she took advantage of opportunities with Kappa Delta Pi, the OU Campus Activities Council, and the Hispanic American Student Association. She received her Bachelor of Science in Language Arts Education. She completed her graduate coursework from the College of Education at OU in Instructional Leadership. Mrs. Martinez worked in education for ten years as an English/Language Arts instructor. She has worked as a teacher consultant for the Oklahoma Writing Project, which is an affiliation of the National Writing Project, promoting effective professional development in writing across the curriculum for all subject areas. Mrs. Martinez truly enjoys working with young adults and encourages them to chase after their dreams, no matter how big they are. In her free time you’ll find her spending time with her husband, reading, hand lettering, or any participating in activity that involves creativity. She also actively cheers for the Oklahoma Sooners, especially during football season.

Mrs. Sabrina Martinez

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Mr. Larry Robison

Mr. Larry Robison

College Planning Advisor

Originally from Kentucky, Mr. Robison attended Western Kentucky University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees.  He spent 43 years of his career as a principal/headmaster, working in both public and private education.  Having the opportunity to build a unique program and be the first headmaster at Saddlebrook Prep has been one of the most rewarding experiences in his educational career.  Currently, Mr. Robison works with all students to help them plan their futures and attain their goals while working toward the collegiate level.  He enjoys working with juniors and seniors to assist them throughout the college planning process. 

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Mrs. Donna Claggett

Mrs. Donna Claggett

Accounting Administrative Manager

Born and raised in Florida, Donna Claggett joined Saddlebrook Resort in February of 1982. During this time she has held the positions of Front Desk Supervisor, Rental Manager at the Lakeside Village and Office Manager at Hopman Tennis. Since 1997 she has been the Administrative Manager at Saddlebrook Preparatory School. Donna brings together considerable experience with Resort, Hopman and Prep School operations and expertise in organizational matters.

Mrs. Donna Claggett

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Ms. Nona Wagh

Ms. Nona Wagh

Admissions, Medical, Tournaments, Transportation

Nona Wagh came to the United States in 2001 on a full tennis scholarship to Pfeiffer University in North Carolina. Nona received her first internship program at Saddlebrook in the summer of 2003. Upon graduation in 2004 with a degree in Sports Management, she returned to Saddlebrook and joined the Tennis Academy Professional staff and also served as a Resident Assistant for the full time Saddlebrook Preparatory boarding program. Nona was then promoted to the Tennis Activities Director position from 2005 where she successfully programed the full adult and junior activities year round. Nona is passionate about working with student-athletes from all around the world. She hopes to impact others around her by consistently paying forward kindness, positivity, and appreciation for the simple things in life.

Ms. Nona Wagh

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Mrs. Katrina Keys

Mrs. Katrina Keys

Administrative Manager of Student Services

Katrina Keys was born in Montreal, Canada.  She moved to the United States when she was six and spent most of her time growing up in Atlanta, Georgia.  She was a competitive gymnast growing up and an active gymnastics coach through her twenties and thirties.  She now resides in Wesley Chapel with her husband and son.  Katrina earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Ambassador University in Big Sandy, Texas.  She has held numerous positions while working for various large corporations, after which she started her own gymnastics & cheerleading business and worked the last 7 years for Pasco County School District.  Katrina joined Saddlebrook Preparatory School in May of 2019.  She is excited to be a member of the Spartan family, she looks forward to going above and beyond to assist our students, families and staff.  During her free time, she enjoys watching her son play competitive golf, going to the beach, and spending time with her family.

Mrs. Katrina Keys

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