We are family.
When you ask NDB faculty or staff what they love most about NDB, they will most likely say our community. We believe our students are served best by a healthy community of knowledgeable, caring and connected adults who are happy to come to work each day. We foster a culture of trust, commitment and innovation. We value collaboration, creative thinking and lifelong learning - and we have a lot of fun together along the way.
I love teaching and working at NDB because this is the happiest and healthiest school environment I have ever worked in. The level of respect everyone has for each other starts at the top and goes through every rung in the community.
I love teaching and working at NDB because I love the welcoming community, the passionate students and the dedicated staffulty I work with. The NDB community is unique because the students, parents and staffulty have a shared passion for the overall success of the learners, athletes, artists and leaders.
After 11 years at Oracle and 18 years raising my kids, I found my dream job. As an alumna, I feel incredibly blessed to work at my alma mater in addition to having a front row seat for my daughter's high school experience.
Does this get you excited, too?
Fostering cross-curricular collaboration to implement enriching lessons that carry weight across subject matters.
Constructing innovative teaching methods that inspire and motivate.
Creating a classroom environment that values process as much as product.
Striving for academic excellence while encouraging critical thinking and creative approaches.
Empowering students to take risks and make mistakes.
If so, we'd love to hear from you.
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