Congratulations to our Junior Fellowship and In Pursuit of Science Scholarship recipients from the Class of 2024! Read the winning project proposals and watch their final presentations.
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Our curriculum is informed by a set of educational initiatives that aim to equip our students with the skills and knowledge that will empower them to chart their own course in school and life.
At the heart of a Branson education is the trusting and dynamic relationship between students and faculty. Our outstanding teachers are not only experts in their field, but dedicated to the art of teaching. Branson students are inquisitive, aware, highly motivated, and eager to find their role in the world.
The magic of the Branson classroom happens when these forces come together.
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Branson introduces the E. E. Ford Fellows program and its inaugural fellows, Antwan "Banks" Williams and Eric "Maserati-E" Abercrombie, who will work with Branson students in the arts throughout the 2022-23 school year.
Inspired by her Ethics & Justice class, Katherine Salz ‘24 presents Reimagining Education: Speaker Panel on Friday, April 21, 2023 from 10-11 am to help bring awareness to the educational inequity within Marin County. Learn more!
Hilary Schmitt and Talia Di Manno's Ethics and Justice classes were asked to engage in a social justice issue for their final semester projects.
Explore the projects from the Junior Fellowship and In Pursuit of Science Scholarship recipients from the Class of 2023.
Five Branson students participated in the 2022 Santa Cruz Forestry Challenge, one group of a total of 117 high school students from 18 schools from the coastal and central valley regions of California. The event was October 12 to 15 at Redwood Glen Camp, in Loma Mar, CA.
On Friday, October 7, students from Neha Kamdar’s English class, Voices From the Margins: A Journey Throughout Immigrant Narratives, and Ms. Kuo’s History class, Freedom in the Bay Area, went on a walking tour of Chinatown and visited the Chinese Historical Society Museum.
Dr. Phil Cleves joined Carl Ma and Heather Duncan's biology classes virtually in February 2022 to talk about his work with coral and CRISPR (a tool for editing genes) and his research on coral bleaching and climate change.