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Berkshire School average salary is $56,375, median salary is $56,375 with a salary range from $48,747 to $64,002.
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Chinese Instructor 48,747-48,747 SHEFFIELD, MA, 01257 2011 Berkshire School Chinese Instructor Salaries (1)
Berkshire School SHEFFIELD, MA Salaries
Middle School Chinese Teacher 64,002-64,002 SHEFFIELD, MA, 01257 2010 Berkshire School Middle School Chinese Teacher Salaries (1)
Berkshire School SHEFFIELD, MA Salaries
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  • Berkshire School
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Sheffield, MA
  • Berkshire School was founded in 1907 beneath the "dome" of Mt. Everett by Seaver Burton Buck, a Harvard graduate who had taught at Hackley School. During the thirty-five years that Mr. Buck was headmaster, Berkshire evolved into a substantial and vibrant institution. Mr. Buck interwove appreciation for and exploration of the mountain with classical classroom teaching. Upon Mr. Buck's retirement in 1943 the school went on a war footing. Depleted by the call to arms, Berkshire nonetheless remained in session throughout the calendar year, with small groups graduating every twelve weeks. Many of the students became seasoned pilots through...