Brandon House

Innovation School Fellow: 2021-2023

Engaged Community Schools

Brandon House is currently in his second year of developing Engaged Community Schools, a K-8 model that aims to develop students academically through a rigorous academic program supported by strong community partnerships and social-emotional development. House’s school will cultivate creative, compassionate, civically-engaged learners who are active within their local and global community by providing a place-based instructional approach, partnerships with local community organizations, and a focus on supporting the whole child.

House is a native Hoosier who has spent the last seven years in leadership at Young Audiences Charter School in New Orleans, most recently as Head of Schools. He has also held teaching positions in Indianapolis at IPS and Wayne Township schools. House’s leadership at Young Audiences Charter School led to significant increases in student academic achievement, student enrollment and retention, and teacher retention. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Taylor University and a Master’s degree in educational administration and supervision from Ball State University.