As a Friends school, we adhere to the Quaker tenet that every human being possesses a unique Inner Light reflecting dignity and worth. Our mission is to support education and teaching within our community by initiating activities and discussions that promote understanding and respect. We are responsible for building an environment of trust where each individual can feel safe. We are committed to the challenge of confronting issues of injustice, discrimination, and intolerance.
Moses Brown School does not and will not discriminate in violation of law in the employment of faculty and staff, including the hiring, promotion and termination of employment, benefits, and terms and conditions of employment on the basis of a person’s race or color, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information or any other status protected by law.
Teachers at Moses Brown have tremendous creative freedom to design their curricula, enjoy close relationships with parents and students, and can take advantage of frequent opportunities for professional growth. Located in Providence, Rhode Island (also known as ‘the Creative Capital’), teachers have a wealth of resources to draw upon in an environment that is independent, entrepreneurial, and endlessly creative.