Mr. Bradley Rausch
M.S.Ed. Science Education, SUNY Buffalo State
Mr. Bradley Rausch graduated from The Gow School in 1995. During his Gow career, he was involved in the Resident Assistant Program, served as a computer proctor and bookstore assistant, performed in many theatrical and musical productions, and was a member of the Outdoor Education Program. He was the recipient of the Tom Browning Award in eighth grade, his first year as a Gow student. Mr. Rausch earned the Barry Warren Award and the High Scholarship Award during his sophomore year, and he received the English Award, Science Award, and the High Scholarship Award at the end of his senior year.
Mr. Rausch matriculated to St. Lawrence University where he majored in Biology and minored in Computer Science. During the summers of his university years, he worked for The Gow School Summer Program. Moving up through the ranks, Mr. Rausch served as Head Counselor during the summer of 1999.
In 1999, Mr. Rausch started teaching at The Gow School. He taught Chemistry and Earth Science for five years, and then left Gow to pursue a Master’s Degree in Science Education. Mr. Rausch earned his Master’s from Buffalo State College in 2006 and rejoined the faculty. He earned his Professional Teaching Certificates for Biology and Physics and completed the Teacher Training Institute for Reconstructive Language. Currently, Mr. Rausch is the Department Chair of the Science Department and Outdoor Education Director. He resides on campus with his wife, his two daughters, and his son. He enjoys hiking and biking in his downtime.