Camp JPII Director
Model United Nations Advisor
Washington and Lee University, B.A.
Year of Employment: 2002
Originally from Philadelphia, Mr. Saboe completed a stellar academic career when he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia with a Bachelors of Art in Public Policy. Immediately upon completion of his degree, he was hired by the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) under the Outstanding Scholars Program and based in Washington, DC. At the time of his hire, he was the youngest Inspector for the Office of the Inspector General and later became the youngest Team Leader.
Mr. Saboe moved into the educational field at Subiaco Academy in Subiaco, Arkansas in 1999, where he was the Chair of the History Department and the Head Freshman Dean and taught courses in Western Civilization, Modern European History, American Government, Southern U.S. History, and Presidential Rhetoric. In addition, Mr. Saboe served as the sponsor of the award-winning Subiaco Model United Nations team.
One of the founding teachers of Pope John Paul II High School, Mr. Saboe worked with the student body in establishing JPII’s first Student Council, the Interact Club, the Model UN Team, and developing the House System as the House Master for the House of Leo and as Director of the House System. Mr. Saboe currently serves as the Advisor for the Model UN Team and Director of Camp JPII, our summer camp program. The Model UN Team involves students in role-playing countries in a simulation of the United Nations and has proven itself a debating powerhouse, involving 676 participants and earning 489 awards at 49 conferences. Camp JPII sponsors week-long summer camps in the month of June with over 30 camps and over 550 campers in 2016.