About Us

Renbrook is committed to educating the whole student — intellectually, socially, and ethically.

Employment

Faculty and staff are a vital and valued component of the Renbrook School community. With a steadfast dedication to pedagogy and innovation, our faculty bring passion and expertise into their intimate classroom settings. Our academic program is broad and rich in its offerings, and challenging coursework fosters in students the ability to stretch themselves intellectually and develop a lifelong love of learning. 


Posted 01/21/2015 04:20PM
This position requires time for planning, beginning in November and extends until all administrative and financial matters are concluded. The camp itself is in session for six weeks, typically the last week of June through the first week of August.

The Director reports to the Head of School and is offered a letter of appointment to begin planning for the new camp season. Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience.

Posted 01/21/2015 08:53AM
The Director of Alumni and Development will oversee all of the school's alumni and development programs, working closely with the Head of School, trustees, staff, and volunteers to motivate, educate, and inform the community of advancement goals. The Director of Alumni and Development will report to the Head of School, serve on the administrative team, work closely with the Board of Trustees, and lead and manage the Alumni and Development team.
Posted 01/05/2015 09:43AM
SPHERE is a consortium of eleven Hartford-area independent schools committed to broadening diversity of our student bodies, administration, faculty and staff. All educators are invited to attend a diversity hiring fair hosted by our Deans of Faculty and Directors of Diversity. Candidates of color are strongly encouraged to attend.

 

Renbrook School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religious creed, age, sex, marital status, national origin, ancestry, disability or sexual orientation.

2865 Albany Avenue
West Hartford, CT
06117
phone: 860.236.1661
fax: 860.231.8206
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Center for Teaching & Learning

The Renbrook School Center for Teaching and Learning is led by Director, Betsy Flynn, and seeks to provide the best practices in 21st Century education for teachers in public and private institutions. Drawing on Renbrook’s founding as a “learn by doing” school, the Center helps educators implement innovative ideas.

Learn About the Center
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From Shipp to Shore

The Journey of a Dream Fulfilled

Ask Renbrook School science instructor Toby Goodrich why his students joined the Boat Building and Rowing Challenge and he’ll give you a simple answer: “We recognized a beautiful boat when we saw one, and we thought Renbrook should take on the challenge.”

READ THIS FEATURED RENBROOK STORY

Open House Grades 1-9

Come learn how Renbrook brings Learning to Life with a well-rounded and appropriately challenging curriculum that promotes collaboration, innovation, digital literacy, problem solving, creativity, and civic responsibility.

Thursday, January 29 • 8:45 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

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Your Child is Known

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.

New York Time's #1 Best Seller

February 18 • 6:30 p.m.
Moving between contemporary Maine and Depression-era Minnesota, Christina Baker Kline's Orphan Train is a powerful tale of upheaval and resilience, second chances, and unexpected friendship. Kline is currently New York Time's #1 Best Selling Author. 

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Growth & Achievement

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.

Your Gifts Make a Difference

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.
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