Delbarton is an independent college-preparatory day school conducted by the Benedictine monks of St. Mary's Abbey. The School is rooted in the tradition of a strong liberal arts education and is founded in the 1500-year tradition of Benedictine learning which, based on the fundamental values that spring from the Judeo-Christian tradition, seeks to develop the whole person, both as an individual of spirit, mind and body, and as a member of a community.
The Delbarton community comprises a faculty of eighty five men and women and a student body of five hundred forty young men, grades seven through twelve. Located on woodland campus three miles west of historic Morristown, NJ, and thirty miles west of New York City, facilities include two classroom buildings, a fine arts center, science pavilion, church, dining hall, two gymnasiums and several athletic fields, tennis courts, and an outdoor pool. The teaching tradition of the School calls upon faculty members to serve as coaches, advisors, counselors and/or administrators.
The School offers competitive starting salary, benefits, campus housing, and generous professional development opportunities for faculty. The School welcomes individuals of every race, color, religious belief, and national and ethnic origin who wish to contribute to the community and to be nourished by it.