Division Head of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Economics, Stanford Online High School
Bruce Brege, ’82, is the division head of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Economics at Stanford Online High School in Stanford, CA, which is an accredited high school serving students from the US and nearly 30 countries in a completely online environment using a synchronous class structure.
Previously, Brege was involved with the Summit Public Schools, a charter school management organization with several schools in northern California. He served as the founding math teacher for two of its high schools and in various capacities with the leadership group and led the effort to use information effectively to inform educational practices through the development of key metrics and other analytical tools as the organization implements innovative educational structures.
Education is a second career for Brege. Prior to joining Summit, he had an extensive career in business, including finance roles at AMSTED Industries in Chicago and Genentech in California following his Chicago Booth MBA. Following his work at Stanford earning an engineering Master’s degree in operations research, Brege enjoyed a stint in the dot-com world with start-up internet firm, Schoolpop in Silicon Valley, where he developed data analytics tools and systems.