Branson's SDLG, as well as Dean of Inclusion Nathalio Gray got the campus talking about important issues of Race and Justice in America.
Join us on campus for an evening of caroling, visual art, acting, chamber music, and of course the lighting of our magnificent Blue Cedar: Friday, December 12 at 5:00 pm.
After students and faculty packed thousands of pounds of food in Alameda for our Nov. event, Branson continues the spirit of service and engagement with a community meal for homeless people in Marin.
The Bulls came up just short in the CIF State volleyball final, falling to an excellent Francis Parker High School of San Diego in a tense four-set match.
Join us for a girls' basketball tournament, fun run, and more as the Bulls support the Kay Yow Foundation in its fight against cancer.
Off campus studies have ranged from marine-biology-intensive terms at the Island School in the Bahamas to semesters in Italy through School Year Abroad, and more.
Sustainable Seas students leaders write about their scientific service along the California Coastline with the conservation and education group LiMPETS.
Exhibiting visual artist Howie Katz and potter Jim Harleen spend some time in Branson's Art Gallery and Studios.
We can't thank Robyn Sue Fisher '97, Kareem Weaver '90, Jeremy Wallenberg '03, Jennifer Siebel Newsom '92 enough for their inspiring comments at our recent special assembly.
A group of talented performers, including several current and Branson students, will be at the Sweetwater on November 28th
Academic Dean Karen Whitaker interviews Math Department Chair Rich Parsons about his department’s goals for first-year students.
Students and faculty will lend a helping hand at the Alameda County Community Foodbank from noon - 3:30 pm on Nov. 25.
Branson student actors offered thrills and laughs in this adaptation of George Etherege's restoration comedy. The show ran from Nov. 6-8 in the Jewett Family Theater.
Branson students appeared at the College of Marin's Dance Show as guest artists.
Director Austin Peck '96 spoke to students about "Gardeners of Eden," his powerful and stunningly filmed account of the elephant poaching crisis in Kenya.
Branson's introductory arts class explores many mediums, allowing students to develop the habits of an artist.
Every week, Assistant Head of School for Academics Karen Whitaker, writes about a Branson class. This week she stopped by our new Physics I class for freshmen.
Read about changes to the science curriculum, an exciting new Summer STEM program, and more online or by downloading a pdf of this year's Branson Magazine.
Dean of Inclusion Nathalio Gray, along with Branson students, was recognized by the educational equality organization's Bay Area branch.
The Bulls' Julia Maxwell and Taylor Walton went up against some of the Golden State's best at the CIF State Meet in Clovis, California.
Thank you to Graham and Karen Hawkes (parents of Oliver '16) for talking submarines, big ideas, and engineering at assembly.
Missed the Band's year-end show or simply want to relive the magic? Check out clips on our YouTube page from their performance at Terrapin Crossroads!