We build strong, confident leaders and self-advocates.

Brandeis Marin graduates consistently go on to become leaders in high school. In recent years, at least two student body presidents at Marin Academy were Brandeis Marin graduates. 

We’re not surprised, because starting in Kindergarten, students learn to speak in front of a crowd about important issues. Presentations, performances, and collaborative projects are a part of every grade, so by the time they graduate, our students are extremely confident and comfortable articulating their ideas, sometimes in front of more than 250 people. 

Brandeis students learn that they have something to say - and that we are listening. Our graduation is a perfect example of this and one of the most powerful moments of our year. Most schools have their class valedictorian make a keynote, but at Brandeis, each and every one of our graduates stands before the community and shares the story of their journey. Graduation was different in 2020, but no less powerful. You can get to know our outstanding class of 2020 and experience all of their celebrations by visiting the Graduation 2020 webpage, but you can watch a few standout speeches right here!
 


 

this year the road from Brandeis Marin leads to...

Jewish Community High School of the Bay • Lick Wilmerding • Marin Academy • Redwood High School • San Domenico School • San Rafael High School • Sir Francis Drake High School • Tamalpais High School • Terra Linda High School • The Marin School • Urban School of San Francisco

and for the class of 2016 the road continues on to...

The American University of Paris • Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising • Kenyon College • Lev HaTorah, Israel • Mt. Holyoke College • Northeastern University College of Engineering • Santa Monica College • University of California Los Angeles • The University of Michigan • University of Oregon • University of Wisconsin


 

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