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Community life at Branson is student centered and student driven. Our students, faculty, and staff – as well as parents, families, and alumni – bring to our school a wealth and diversity of life experiences. Together, we cultivate a nurturing, vibrant learning community.
We strive to give our students a deep and confident sense of belonging, as we help each student cultivate their unique talents and reach their full potential. In turn, Branson students become leaders who enrich our entire community and the world with their ideas and perspective.
At Branson, we encourage you to show up as your authentic self. When you’re comfortable in your own skin, you can be empowered to step outside of your comfort zone and grow. It takes courage to lean into actions that teach you about yourself.
We are here to help you develop the confidence, will power, and moral compass to be brave. Because when you are brave, anything is possible.
When students have both the spaciousness and the support they need for the tremendous work of self-exploration and identity development of the teenage years, something beautiful happens: their authentic, joyful voices emerge. We live for this.
sabrina wilson, dean of student life
students, faculty, and staff (320+83)
different ethnicities self-identified among Branson students
of students live outside of Marin County
of Branson students are bilingual, speaking 14 languages plus English
Although most Branson students have been inside the Old Dining Hall at one point or another, many may be surprised by the amazing assortment of tools that are available to Tools that are availlable for Branson students to use in the Garage.
Branson students had the opportunity to hear from two incredible female scientists: Dr. Elena Glassman and Dr. Hanadie Yousef. In a Zoom forum moderated by Branson Science Department Chair Carl Ma, Dr. Glassman and Dr. Yousef answered students' questions and shared advice about pursuing careers in STEM.
Branson Blazer Features Editor Cameron Aryanpour recaps Branson School's Convocation, held on September 24, 2021.
As required by Marin Public Health, we are pleased to share that Branson has reached a 99% vaccination rate for all students, faculty, and staff.
Branson's Head of School, Chris Mazzola, announced today that she has appointed Nathalio Gray to take on the role of Assistant Head of School for Mission Advancement.
Branson welcomed new and returning students back to campus last week! Student leaders, faculty, and staff were thrilled to bring the community together in celebration of the 2021-2022 school year.
The Covid-19 pandemic created immense challenges to overcome, and yet it also allowed us to see more clearly the importance of our mission and core values in leading us through difficult times.
The town of Ross is considering the Branson School’s request to increase enrollment for its students in grades 9-12, in a final step toward a new use permit.