Category Archives: School News

Sustainable Seas Monitoring Review

By Andrew Cunningham In 2002, Kathy Soave introduced the Branson community to Sustainable Seas, an offshoot of the Greater Farallones Sanctuary which compiles baseline data on intertidal life for a national database. For the past 14 years, Ms. Soave and her students have made monitoring

A “Bittersweet” End: Phil’s Time at Branson

It was an ideal March morning at Branson. The air was brisk, the sky a pure blue, and and the grass green from a rainy winter. Phil Gutierrez, the Director of Development, ambled down the brick steps and approached the Commons, taking in the beauty

Co-Curricular Week: Successful or Restful?

The week of October 3rd marked Branson’s first co-curricular week. It was three full days dedicated to all aspects of wellness education. Although the days were different for each Branson class, students participated in a variety of community engagement activities, listened to several distinguished speakers,

School News: To Go or Not To Go To Prom

By Amanda Douglas, Avani Bahl, and Aidan Linscott With prom approaching, the polarizing topic of “promposals” has been circulating amongst students, faculty, and administration, generating many different opinions. As at many other high schools, Branson students will often ask others to Prom with flowers, posters,

A New Jam for Branson Traffic

In mid-February, Ned Pinger, Branson’s assistant head of school for strategic initiatives, sent an email to the student body and faculty announcing changes to Branson’s parking policies. The changes, unexpected, were met with a wide range of opinions. In the email, Pinger states that these