Breck faculty and staff live out the call to BE BRECK. As a school, we are bold, innovative, and caring. We bring personalization to student learning and press students to reach their full potential in all areas of their life. Our passionate and expert faculty and staff are part of what makes Breck, Breck. Come join us!

 

Breck is a place where students and parents value education, and it is a place that offers opportunities for professional development and enrichment experiences for teachers.Óscar Díaz, Middle School World Languages Teacher

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Breck's History

Breck School opened in 1886 in the small town of Wilder, MN. Many changes have taken place at the school in our 135 years of operation. What has remained constant throughout the years, campuses, and heads of school, is that Breck is a place that inspires and prepares graduates to live a life of intellectual curiosity, self-knowledge, and social responsibility. 

Breck History

Professional Development

Educators at Breck are committed to growing professionally to reach each student they teach. To support faculty, Breck offers annual professional development opportunities including, training seminars in Mind, Brain, and Education and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, coaching with Innovation Specialists, and attending regional and national conferences all serve to help you thrive in your role and your career. 

Living in the Twin Cities

Faculty and staff come from all over the country to be a part of Breck's vibrant learning community. Besides benefits of being a part of the Breck school community, employees enjoy all that Minneapolis and Saint Paul have to offer. Find out more about the quality of life living in the Twin Cities below.
 

Employee Benefits and Support

Breck employees working 20 hours a week or more are eligible to participate in the school's benefits plan that is generally outlined below. In-depth details are provided during the interview phase with HR Director, Mary Healy.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Breck

Breck is committed to the values and work of diversity, equity, and inclusion within every aspect of school life. We know that a thriving community is one that is diverse, embracing the richness of varying perspectives and leaning into the discourse that comes with difference. While diversity is an expression of different identities, both visible and invisible, equity is the work to ensure that all of our community members have access to all the opportunities our institution provides.   
 

Sheila Willson

I really enjoy the opportunities that come from working in a P-12 school, like regularly collaborating with educators in different divisions and partnering students from a wide range of grade levels to learn from each other.

Kyle Parsons

Breck is an incredibly vibrant community and such an exciting place to work. It is hard to describe how much happens here every single day.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY | Breck is an equal opportunity employer strongly committed to providing equal access to employment for all qualified people without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, military service, familial status, status with regard to public assistance, membership or activity in a local community, disability, age, or other protected status by applicable State or Federal anti-discrimination law.

NOTICE OF SEX NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY | Notice is hereby given, in accordance with 13 C.F.R. § 113.140, that Breck School does not and shall not discriminate against any student, applicant for enrollment, staff member, or applicant for employment, on the basis of sex. Breck School shall comply with all applicable requirements imposed under state and federal law, including but not limited to Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, the Minnesota Human Rights Act, and any regulations thereto. Any inquiries regarding the application of these laws, Breck School’s responsibilities under state and federal laws and regulations regarding sex discrimination, or Breck School’s procedures for preventing or addressing such discrimination may be directed to Mary Healy (Breck School, 123 Ottawa Ave N., Golden Valley, MN, 55422, or call 763-381-8251).