Come teach, create, discover, and learn in our tight-knit, student-centered educational community.
The Branson School is a coeducational, college-preparatory day school of 320 students, grades 9-12, located in Marin County, California. Branson's mission is to develop students who make a positive impact in the world by leading lives of integrity, purpose, learning, and joy. Branson is an ever-evolving educational community that challenges and supports students as they grow into confident, thoughtful, ethical people. We encourage students to be brave in whatever they do – in the classroom, on the field, on stage, in the community, even with their peers.
Branson believes that diversity, equity, and inclusion are essential to create a truly excellent learning environment and a vibrant, caring community. From the classroom, to affinity spaces, to athletics, clubs, and beyond, we aspire to ensure that every member of the Branson community feels a deep sense of belonging and inclusion.
At the heart of Branson is the trusting, dynamic relationship between dedicated teachers and students. The Branson faculty and staff value student-centered teaching and decision-making, continual growth, and collaboration. They respond to challenges with open minds and creative spirits, and they fully participate in the Branson community in a multitude of roles. They are widely regarded as outstanding, innovative leaders in teaching and their areas of expertise. Branson faculty and staff work and collaborate together on our beautiful, 17-acre campus, where a shared sense of purpose and love for their students create a joyful and tight-knit community.
- Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, 403(b), AD&D, Long-Term Care, EAP, Paid Personal Leave (faculty) Vacation (staff), Sick Days, Paid Family Leave
- Professional development opportunities
- Provided lunch
- Free parking
- E-Bike and carpool program
- Limited on-campus and off-campus housing units
- Moving allowance
- Discounted summer camps
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Branson offers a robust professional development program that allows all faculty and staff opportunities to participate and grow in professional interests and skills. On-campus professional development is offered throughout the school year. Additionally, all faculty and staff fulfill a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion professional development requirement annually.
Since 1993, the Gallard Fellowship has enabled Branson to bring a Morehouse College or Spelman College graduate to teach here in their chosen field. The fellowship was created to attract African American men and women into the field of independent school education and has been instrumental in launching careers at Branson and beyond. If you're interested in the Gallard Fellowship, please contact Nathalio Gray.
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