Roberto d’Erizans

At Burke's, Roberto serves on the Equity & Inclusion and Advancement Committees.

Roberto d’Erizans is the Head of School at the Millennium School in San Francisco, a small progressive lab school with the mission to re-imagine the Middle School experience based on developmental science and current research. The Millennium School also houses a professional development center (Millennium Forum) that creates communities of wellbeing for hundreds of educators across the country, including partnerships with Middle Schools in the San Francisco Unified School District.
A seasoned progressive educator, Roberto has been fortunate to live and work in truly exceptional learning environments throughout his career. He taught Spanish at the Eagle Rock School (an alternative, experiential boarding school in Colorado) and the Taft School in Connecticut; served as the Director of the Middlebury-Monterrey Language Academy, a program of Middlebury College; Director of Curriculum and Instruction at the American School in London; and most recently as the Middle School Principal at the American School in São Paulo, Brazil.
Roberto holds degrees from Wofford College and Middlebury College, and a doctoral degree from Northeastern University. Roberto grew up in Caracas, Venezuela, where his father's family is from, and moved to the USA when he was in middle school.

Burke's mission is to educate, encourage and empower girls. Our school combines academic excellence with an appreciation for childhood so that students thrive as learners, develop a strong sense of self, contribute to community, and fulfill their potential, now and throughout life.
Burke's admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.