Creative. Confident. Courageous. These are the tenets Benjamin students embody on their path to becoming independent, collaborative, and fearless learners. Those three pillars of identity could be applied in equal measure and force to Head of School Robert Goldberg.
Goldberg, who has displayed remarkable resilience while battling his own medical issues this year, has spent his 11-year tenure at Benjamin advancing a growing curriculum and expanding state-of-the-art facilities.
He has been at the helm of the school’s groundbreaking on a 13,171-square-foot STEM Center that will open its doors in the spring of 2019, reflecting Benjamin’s commitment to growth and innovation. Goldberg was also instrumental recently in converting the Upper School library into a state-of-the-art, multidisciplinary Learning Commons.
Goldberg, like Benjamin’s founders Marshall and Nancy Benjamin, believes good citizenship is the cornerstone of a well-rounded education. He holds this tenet in equal importance with a rigorous, college preparatory curriculum. He embraces the Benjamin spirit of educating the whole child.
Goldberg received his undergraduate degree from Temple University and his master’s from Rutgers and studied abroad in Spain and France. He has devoted the past 46 years to a career in education.
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