The Browning School Names Next Head of Upper School

Gene CampbellFebruary, 2018The Browning School in New York, New York, has named Gene Campbell as the next Head of Upper School. For the past 12 years, Gene has been a teacher and administrator at St. Albans School. In addition to his duties as Senior Dean of Students, he also serves as assistant Director of Upper School Admission, teaches English, helped to create the school’s character education and advisory curriculum, and has coached football and basketball. Prior to his arrival at St. Albans, Mr. Campbell taught at the Kent School in Connecticut. He earned a B.A. in English from Georgetown University and an M.A. in English from the Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College.

Founded by scholar and teacher John A. Browning, The Browning School has been a leader in fostering the intellectual and personal growth of boys and young men since 1888. Serving 402 students in kindergarten through Grade 12, Browning strives to combine the best of a traditional prep school environment and curriculum with imaginative teaching and a strong value system – all in a single-sex setting – to inspire wonder, self-confidence, achievement, and a strong sense of brotherhood among its students.