We’re a recognized leader in educational innovation and have earned designation as an Apple Distinguished School for our vision and work. The acclaimed 1:1 iPad program in the middle school, the pioneering iLab Makerspace, student participation in the Maker Faire, and the Center for Teacher Excellence all stem from a commitment to being on the leading edge of best practices in education. We are intentional about, and deeply committed to, the professional development of our faculty and staff.
The campus is located in the heart of Silicon Valley, 20 minutes from Stanford University, 30 minutes from Santa Cruz and 1 hour from San Francisco. The Bay Area is home to world-class universities, museums and restaurants, many farmers' markets and wineries, and outstanding outdoor opportunities for biking, hiking, and surfing.
Hillbrook is committed to fostering an inclusive and intentionally diverse environment for children and adults alike. In May of 2015, the Hillbrook School Board of Trustees adopted a revised Statement of Inclusivity building on the original statement approved by the Board in 2002. Developed by the Inclusivity Task Force, a multi-constituent group made up of faculty, staff, administrators, parents, and members of the Board of Trustees, this statement reaffirms Hillbrook’s commitment to be an intentionally diverse community that reflects the extraordinary diversity of Silicon Valley.
Salaries are competitive. Benefits include full medical, dental, and vision coverage; ample retirement planning with TIAA-CREF; a generous holiday schedule; access to the latest state-of-the-art education technology; and a strong commitment to professional development.
Hillbrook School is an equal opportunity employer and opportunities are open to all individuals without regard to race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, or handicap.
In accordance with California state law (AB 500), this is Hillbrook's policy on Student-Employee Interactions.