I spent the first 20 years of my teaching career in southern California and Minneapolis. My wife Cam and I decided that we wanted to have a family, and it was important for us to be able to be in environment that allowed us to spend our days with our children. It seemed natural to look at boarding schools.
We were fortunate that Millbrook responded to our letters of inquiry and invited us to visit the campus. It was a very small school then, with far less facilities, but it had a real spirit and sense of community.
Within a short period of time, we fell in love with the school. Twenty-four years later, we joyfully look back on the years our two daughters and son spent growing up at and attending Millbrook. It has been an absolutely wonderful place to work, live, and raise our children.