Isabel Ceballos (MS Volleyball)

Isabel Ceballos

Head Coach



B.A., Central Connecticut State University
M.A., Central Connecticut State University

Isabel Ceballos is returning to coaching volleyball as the head coach to the middle school volleyball program. Coach Ceballos recently coached in the varsity program in the 2018 season. Outside of volleyball, Coach Ceballos is the Head of the Middle School and also is the Executive Director of Horizons at the Ethel Walker School.

What was your favorite subject when you were in middle or high school? Why?

My favorite subject in Middle School was History! My History teacher, Mr. Covino, knew exactly how to reach his students, and he made our history class come alive! It was a class where I learned to debate, think critically, and speak out, but most importantly, it was a class where I felt seen and heard.

What is your favorite Walker’s tradition?

My favorite Walker’s tradition is Dogswood Day. I am a proud Sun! And there’s nothing I love more than seeing a community full of exceptional adults dressed up in colorful tutus and accessories all for the sake of school spirit!

What is the most rewarding part about working at Walker’s?

The most rewarding part about working at Walker’s is having the opportunity to work with such brilliant, kind, and eager-to-learn students. Seeing students grow academically as well as socially is truly a gift. Every year, I learn more and more from our students. They consistently inspire me!

What other roles do you hold on campus?

Middle School Volleyball Head Coach

Please list any awards, fellowships, or distinctions you have earned during your career:

  • NAIS People of Color Conference Latinx Affinity Group Leader:
    November 2017, 2018, 2019
  • National Coalition of Girls Schools Symposium Presenter:
    October 2019
  • Leadership Greater Hartford Quest Rock Star Award: September 2018
  • Keynote Speaker: 4th Biannual Multicultural Day, District Court: April 2018
  • Recipient of Hartford Business Journal’s Top 40 Under 40: July 2016
  • Recipient of The Thelma Ellis Dickerson Community Bridge Builder Award: February 2016