Angel Zhou '17 traveled as a member of the All-American delegation to China, engaging in diplomatic activities with more than 2,000 students from around the world.
Johny Ek'15 earned the scholarship award from Comcast for creating a community garden at Next Generation Scholars in San Rafael.
Read about all the Modern World History current event final projects on the Class of 2017's clickable world map.
Senior Jordan Winters will represent Branson at the California State Track and Field Meet this weekend in Clovis, CA. Meanwhile on the diamond, Bulls Baseball plays for the NCS D5 title this Friday at COM.
Freshman Grace Dailey joined with the Branson's Interact Club, a youth chapter of Rotary International, to help children affected by conflict in Syria.
The National Honor Society for Dance Arts selected Isabel Giacomazzi '15 for an Artistic Merit, Leadership, and Academic Achievement Award.
Branson junior Avani Bahl will show the documentary she shot and produced, "Losing a Generation," at the Throckmorton Theater on Saturday, May 24.
The school invites Branson families and friends to campus for our annual visual and performing arts fest, FAB 2015, which features a range of wonderful student performances and art exhibits.
Students and faculty will head out to West Marin to take part in Slide Ranch's annual Spring Fling on Saturday, April 25.
Acclaimed artist Zio Ziegler '06 created one of his distinctive murals on the back of Branson's gym over four days during Branson's Spring Break.
From college preparedness to responsibility and safety when using social media, the Branson community explored a variety of topics relevant to high school students through discussions and activites.
Branson seniors and juniors have entered work in the Rising Stars" High School Art Exhibition at Youth Arts in San Rafael, while a grad has his project displayed in West Marin.
English and music teacher Richard Sibeko visits Branson from South Africa through the Teach With Africa exchange program.
The EAC will host a short film screening and discussion (with hearty snacks) in support of Raise the River and its efforts to reconnect the Colorado River to the Ocean.
Branson welcomes artist Sasha Silveanu to campus; she is working with advanced art and portfolio classes this winter to examine ideas of permanence and ephemeralness.