Faculty Friday: Travis Vandenburgh

Travis Vandenburgh joined Community School in 2008 and currently teaches math and science as a member of the Eighth Grade Team. He also serves as Middle School soccer coach and as an Outdoor Leadership Academy Advisor.

Travis holds a BS in biological sciences and a MSSE (Masters of Science in Science Education) from Montana State University. Prior to joining Community School, Travis taught middle school math and science at Jackson Hole Middle School in Jackson, Wyoming and the Barstow School in Kansas City, Missouri, and was the Middle Years Program Director at Riverstone International School in Boise, Idaho.

At Community School, Travis appreciates "the freedom that all community members have to express and act on their philosophies and goals surrounding their personal and professional lives."

When he's not teaching or leading Outdoor Program trips, Travis likes to spend time running local trails and digging in his garden. He and his wife, Cortney, are parents to two Cutthroats: Anika '23 and Torin '27.