The first Brandeis Hillel Day School was established in 1963 in San Francisco by a handful of adventurous parents led by Rabbi Saul White of Congregation Beth Sholom. What began with 34 children in kindergarten and first grade grew within fifteen years into two K-8 schools with the founding of the second campus in Marin in 1978. From the start, we’ve been part of the Lonee C. Hoytt Community Center Campus, sharing space with the Osher Marin JCC and Congregation Rodef Sholom. In 2015, after a carefully considered multi-year transition, we became independent of the San Francisco campus to better serve the unique needs of our community. And Brandeis Marin was born.