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Zack Tabor teaching arabic

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In the Benedictine and Catholic liberal arts traditions, Delbarton School seeks to foster a love of learning in our students, and challenges young men to know themselves and to find ways to extend their capacities for their own benefit and for the benefit of their communities.

Delbarton’s teaching tradition calls upon faculty members to serve beyond the classroom as moderators, coaches, and advisors.

Delbarton School offers competitive salaries, benefits, on-campus apartment housing (on a limited basis), and numerous professional development opportunities for all employees. Delbarton School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Delbarton School seeks candidates who will embrace our mission and who are dedicated to building up our Benedictine Catholic community.

Candidates interested in employment at Delbarton School can create a profile by visiting our ADP Workforce Now page or view our current job openings.

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Of Faculty Have Tenures of 10+ Years

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Lay teachers. 81 are full-time members, with 73 holding advanced degrees



Student-to-faculty ratio


Benedictine monks on the faculty



faculty members hold advanced degrees


students per class, on average