Employment

Open Positions

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Our collaborative model brings the university/college format down to the K-12 school. The Classical Academy provides a full, private, classical, Christian education utilizing two locations: the school AND the home. There is one joint curriculum between home and school. This allows parents to participate in their children’s education while retaining all the benefits of professional teachers and a school community, at a fraction of the cost of a traditional five-day school.

The Classical Academy just graduated its first seniors and is accredited by The Association of Classical Christian Schools. 

Student Body: 265 students PreK through 12th grade.

2024-2025

Grammar School Open Positions

Support Staff

Support Staff are the first call for substitute teachers when needed on campus. In addition to substitute teaching, the main roles of a support staff member are classroom/academic support and campus day support. Classroom/academic support involves assisting our classroom teachers through academic help in the classroom (such as running reading and math groups), grading papers, one-on-one or small student group work, and any other academic support needed. Campus day support includes supervising all lunch periods, choir, recess, and any other needs that occur in order to run a successful campus day. This position is a Monday/Wednesday position only and has no outside campus work.

4th Grade

Our 4th grade students attend campus on Monday and Wednesday and work at home on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday under the tutelage of their parents. Teachers are responsible for setting out the 5 days of lesson plans with our curriculum, but only teaching 2 of those days at school while the parent teaches the other days at home. Teachers are responsible for grading, keeping track of assignments, being a help and guide to parents, and all the other traditional aspects of running a classroom. This position is part-time with no benefits. A bachelor’s degree and teaching experience is required.

2024-2025

Upper School Open Positions

Our 7th-12th grade students attend campus on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday and work at home on Tuesday and Friday. By this point in the university-schedule student’s education career, they are growing exponentially in their ability to manage their own lessons and studies on their off campus days. Parents do not teach on the home days in 7th-12th grade, rather students are simply completing work for their classes like students would in a college/university.

Teachers are responsible for setting out the 5 days of lesson plans with our curriculum, but only teaching 3 of those days at school while students complete independent work for those classes on the other two days.  Teachers are responsible for grading, keeping track of assignments, being a help and guide to students and parents, and all the other traditional aspects of running a classroom. Classes in these upper grades are paid per section or hour.

Upper School Science

This position is open to individuals who are eager to work in a college format with a high standard of academics, faith, and school community and has a passion for helping students discover truth, goodness, and beauty within the sciences. Potential classes include Intro to Physics, Biology, and Chemistry. The ideal candidate has a high level of interest, knowledge, and experience in relevant subjects, and communicates that knowledge effectively. The position may include other instructional, administrative, and extracurricular opportunities if desired. A Bachelor’s degree is required, experience in a teaching role preferred.

7th Grade Writing/Literature

This position is open to individuals who are eager to work in a college format with a high standard of academics, faith, and school community and has a passion for helping students discover truth, goodness, and beauty within writing and literature. 7th graders will be using Lost Tools of Writing in conjunction with ancient literature favorites such as The Chronicles of Narnia (The Magician’s Nephew, and The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe), The Odyssey, and Julius Caesar, just to name a few! The ideal candidate has a high level of interest, knowledge, and experience in relevant subjects, and communicates that knowledge effectively. The position may include other instructional, administrative, and extracurricular opportunities if desired. A Bachelor’s degree is required (does not need to be in literature/writing specifically), experience in a teaching role preferred.

Latin 7th-12th Grade

Our student numbers continue to rise in the upper school and we need to add another Latin teacher to our current program! This position is open to individuals who are eager to work in a college format with a high standard of academics, faith, and school community and has a passion for helping students discover truth, goodness, and beauty within the study of Latin. This position would cover beginning Latin courses and would be possible for any language oriented applicant to consider. Teachers who are proficient in any of the romance languages would also be very competent in a beginning Latin course. A complete curriculum is provided. A Bachelor’s degree is required (does not need to be in Latin specifically), experience in a teaching role preferred.

 

 

2024-2025

Extracurricular Opportunities

— Cross Country

— Girls Volleyball 

If you have an interest in volunteering to lead an extracurricular club or activity during after school hours, please complete the extracurricular proposal form.