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Mr. Brad Rogers Jr.

Overview

Introduction(s)
Mr. Rogers joined The Gow School in 2004 as its sixth Headmaster. He has worked with students with dyslexia and language-based learning differences throughout his 31 year career.
Job Title
Headmaster

Faculty Information

Location(s)
Isaac Arnold Library
Department(s)
Administration, Faculty

Contact Information

School Phone
716-652-3450

Education

Degree(s)
B.A. in Education, University of Dayton
M.A. in Liberal Arts, Johns Hopkins University

Other Information

Employed Since
2004
Biography

Mr. M. Bradley Rogers is very passionate about teaching students with dyslexia and related language-based learning differences. This has been his focus throughout his 31-year career. Mr. Rogers holds a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Dayton, a certificate for teaching specific learning disabilities from Cleveland State University, and a Master’s Degree in Liberal Arts from the Johns Hopkins University. He also has attended leadership training at Harvard Business School.

Mr. Rogers began his teaching career at Lawrence School in Cleveland, Ohio where he worked for eleven years. He taught Language Arts and History, and also served as Dean of Students. From there, Mr. Rogers accepted a headmasters appointment at the Odyssey School in Baltimore, Maryland where he served for eight years.

Outside of the classroom, he has coached wrestling, lacrosse, football, and baseball. In 2004, Mr. Rogers joined The Gow School as its sixth headmaster. Mr. Rogers and his wife Anne have four sons and live on the campus of The Gow School. He is an accomplished marathon runner and percussionist. The Rogers family are members of Baker Memorial Church and enjoy old-fashioned summer vacations in Maine. Someday, Mr. Rogers hopes to be in a rock and roll band.