Bryan graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in English from Princeton University and has taken Master's coursework in mental health counseling. At Princeton, he won several campus-wide awards for English, essays, and poetry. He won a prestigious U.S. Foundation Fellowship to study in the United Kingdom, then returned to teach English in America. In previous schools, Bryan has taught AP English, college counseled, and designed courses such as “The Dark Side of Shakespeare" and “Literature of the Black Experience."
At Kairos, we believe now is the opportune moment to rethink public education. That's why we replace lectures with engaging projects and dictatorial "behavior managers" with 1-1 executive functioning coaches who help students learn how to manage their own schedule and work habits. Kairos students practice navigating real-world choices (such as when, where, how, and with whom to work) within a safe, supportive school environment. Kairos develops students not just into freethinkers, ready to thrive in a modern economy, but self-governing citizens, ready to lead both themselves and their communities.