Degrees and Certifications:

Sean Pastorok (Mr. P)

Sean Pastorok has been teaching martial arts since he was 16 years old. The life lessons and fundamental qualities of a black belt that he has made a part of his life are what he strives to provide all of his students. He combined his passion for music with his love for teaching that he developed through martial arts.

Sean, just like many of his students, started playing the cello in elementary school and continued all throughout grade school and college. He studied Music Education at West Chester University and graduated in 2017. He founded, directed, and arranged KIGAKU, the first student string ensemble at WCU. Before he graduated, KIGAKU put on five successful themed concerts that supported local musicians and promoted the exposure of contemporary string music. While student teaching in the Council Rock School District, he was offered and accepted an instrumental teaching position prior to graduating.

Sean was the orchestral director of various schools spanning 3rd-12th grade. These schools include:

(2018) Council Rock School District (3rd-6th Grade) - LTS Instrumental Strings Teacher

(2018-2019) Lower Moreland Township School District (9th-12th Grade) - LTS Orchestra Director

(2019-2021) Coatesville Area School District (6th-12th Grade) - Orchestra Director

(2022) Owen J. Roberts School District (K-6th Grade) - LTS Instrumental Strings Teacher

He is currently the orchestra director of Central Bucks High School East and is pursuing his master’s degree in Orchestral Conducting at West Chester University (class of 2024).

Sean is dedicated to pushing each of his students to realize and achieve their personal best.


Contact Information
(267) 893-2300 - ext. 5481