Teachers are eager lifelong learners who enjoy engaging with new ideas and concepts. In our halls and at the lunch table you will hear discussions about a wide range of topics. Adults who seek out new learning are instrumental in creating a learning community in which children grow and thrive. Read the Head's Blog
Renbrook is a nurturing community that is rich in its diversity. Families of different backgrounds, races, religions, and nationalities all come together at Renbrook, sharing the common values of respect and inclusivity. We value strong relationships between the school and its families, a sense of community within the school, and a tradition of service to others.
On May 16, Renbrook School's Williams field was transformed into a Civil War encampment. Eighth graders built campfires, marched in precision drills, and learned to play the harmonica. Students took on the persona of a soldier, putting up tents, writing letters home, cooking authentic food, and learning how to bandage their wounded comrades.
Alumni often remember the lessons learned on the sports fields at Renbrook and under the tutelage of their teacher coaches. The competitive emphasis varies according to the physical, emotional, and social needs of each student.The experience builds a sense of responsibility to oneself and one's team, and team pride.
The Annual Fund supports inspiring teachers like Carrie LaSpada. In Carrie’s lively classroom, students are encouraged to approach learning from multiple perspectives using innovative methods. Your Annual Fund dollars help support our excellent faculty and so much more: our outstanding academic programs, technology, athletics, the arts, and campus maintenance, safety and security.