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Ursuline Academy
Ursuline Academy www.ursuline.org

Ursuline Academy is an independent, Catholic school community that empowers students for leadership and service in our global society. Core Values Academic Excellence Emphasis on the Individual and the Whole Person Students as Leaders Family Spirit and Community Service and Social Consciousness Curriculum Integrated with Christian Values Religious Education Spirit of St. Angela Merici.

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Delaware Valley Friends School
Delaware Valley Friends School www.dvfriends.org

Delaware Valley Friends School is a national leader, educating bright students in grades 1-12 with reading, writing, and other related learning differences. The school attracts students from across the Philadelphia area and is in the midst of several years of program expansion and enrollment growth. Students receive a comprehensive, research-based, college preparatory curriculum, individualized instruction, cutting-edge assistive technologies, and successful college placement, with an emphasis on metacognition and self-advocacy within a community based on Quaker values.

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Germantown Academy
Germantown Academy www.germantownacademy.net

Germantown Academy is a non-sectarian, independent, coeducational college preparatory school educating students from PreK to Grade 12 in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania. 

3 Jobs

Norwood-Fontbonne Academy
Norwood-Fontbonne Academy www.norwoodfontbonneacademy.org

Norwood-Fontbonne Academy provides an exceptional independent school experience deeply rooted in the Sisters of Saint Joseph’s commitment that "We live and work so that all people may be united with God and with one another." The school empowers students through its self-directed approach to learning, its diverse and inclusive community of families and its meaningful service experiences. A physical representation of the school’s core strength is the expansive 14-acre campus in the Chestnut Hill Community of Philadelphia which provides students with an environment that fosters independence, openness and active experiences. NFA is comprised of Pre-school through grade 3, with Montessori and Primary options; Intermediate, grades 4-5; and Middle School grades 6-8. The school is accredited through the Middle States Association and the American Montessori Society.

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Academy of Notre Dame de Namur
Academy of Notre Dame de Namur www.ndapa.org

Part-Time Visual Art TeacherThe Academy of Notre Dame de Namur, an independent, college-preparatory, Catholic, all-girls’ day school, seeks an experienced and engaging part-time (2-3 classes) Visual Art Teacher to begin August 15, 2024. Reporting to the Chair of the Arts Department, the Visual Art Teacher contributes to a vibrant, robust visual arts program through the development, delivery, and management (grades, conferences, exhibits, etc.) of art classes taught to Middle and Upper School students. This teacher partners with other faculty, engages students in their artistic pursuits, builds strong partnerships with families and students, and encourages a safe, supportive, and inclusive school climate.The Visual Art Teacher:Creates and delivers a variety of engaging studio art lesson plans connected to our established age appropriate art curriculumFacilitates a variety of summative and formative evaluative assessments, including peer critiques, and oral and written feedback.Has existing knowledge of a diverse array of visual artists to incorporate into all classroom endeavors to help students better understand and connect with art.Employs excellent verbal communication skills, demonstrating the ability and willingness to connect with students and colleagues in a caring, collaborative, and positive manner both in and out of the classroom Exhibits strength in educational technologyCollaborates with other visual art faculty to vertically align the Visual Art curriculum Helps coordinate student art displays throughout the school and Arts building/classrooms. Establishes a culture of positive communication with students, colleagues, and parents; responds to messages and inquiries in a timely mannerDemonstrates comfort and skill engaging diverse learnersCreates an inclusive and equitable classroom/work environmentMaintains a safe, orderly, and supportive classroom environmentCompetencies include:Bachelor’s degree in Art Education or a related subject; Master’s degree preferredExperience teaching students in grades 6-12Demonstrated diverse background in Visual ArtComfortable and willing to teach a variety of studio arts courses with a mix of student agesDemonstrated knowledge of subject content, curriculum, and methodology of effective teachingSkilled in the use of instructional technologies to enhance learning and deliver contentHigh degree of emotional intelligence, cultural humility, and commitment to girls’ educationInterested candidates should submit a current resume, cover letter, and digital portfolio of work, including work completed with students as well as your own artwork, to Mrs. Erin Pratt, Upper School Director, at [email protected]

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Springside Chestnut Hill Academy
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy www.paycomonline.net

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Holy Cross Preparatory Academy www.hcprep.org

     SCHOOL OVERVIEW / LOCATION:Located in Delran, NJ, Holy Cross Preparatory Academy serves as the premier Catholic college-preparatory school in South Jersey. Enrolled students in ninth - twelfth grades currently live throughout Southern NJ counties - including Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester - and throughout Bucks County and the Northeast Philadelphia suburbs. The school is located 12 miles from the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, 9.5 miles from the Betsy Ross Bridge, and 6 miles from the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge. As the only Catholic high school in Burlington County, NJ, the campus is conveniently located on Route 130, surrounded by beautiful neighborhoods, local restaurants, and a robust selection of retail and commercial venues.    

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The Miquon School
The Miquon School miquon.org

Founded in 1932 in a tradition of Progressive education that is strongly upheld today, Miquon is an independent, coeducational elementary school just outside Philadelphia for children in Nursery (age 3) through the 6th grade. The school enrolls approximately 150 students in mixed-age groups, typically 18-22 children in size.Miquon is dedicated to honoring childhood, using innovative student-centered teaching practices, and developing children's knowledge of and appreciation for the environment. Time spent outside on our nearly 11-acre campus including woods, fields, and a creek is an integral part of every child’s Miquon experience. We value independent thinking, varied individual and collaborative approaches to learning, authentic assessment methods, and creative, child-focused approaches to curriculum development.The Miquon School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation in the employment of staff, admission of students, granting of financial aid, or the administration of school policies. We are a community that is diverse along ethnic, economic, and religious lines and seek applicants who represent and broaden that diversity. 

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Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy
Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy www.jbha.org

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The Episcopal Academy
The Episcopal Academy www.episcopalacademy.org

Since opening in 1785, The Episcopal Academy has dedicated itself to educating the whole student: mind, body, and spirit. That simple, yet powerful approach has resulted in The Episcopal Academy being widely recognized as one of the finest independent schools in the nation, graduating students exceedingly well prepared for their next steps in life.Episcopal's 1,200 students—from Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade—learn in an atmosphere that is both challenging and supportive, buoyed by a strong community of students, caring teachers and coaches, and unparalleled classroom and campus resources. Episcopal's teachers seek to inspire students to delve into our dynamic curriculum and to emerge as lifelong learners motivated to pursue their passion and to contribute as members of our global community. Episcopal's excellence in academics is matched by our success in athletics, our vibrant arts programs, and a wide range of engaging extracurricular programs that can match any student's interests and talents.Episcopal's breadth of program and talented faculty allow students with a wide range of interests and talents to thrive. Our welcoming community makes Episcopal a place the whole family can feel connected. Visit our campus to see for yourself what makes Episcopal such a dynamic place to learn and grow.Dr. T.J. Locke, Hon.Greville Haslam Head of School

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AIM Academy
AIM Academy www.aimpa.org

AIM Academy is seeking a full-time Lower School teacher to support our 2nd Grade team. Responsibilities include implementing AIM’s curriculum, utilizing Lower School routines and procedures with consistency, crafting narrative comments at the end of each marking period, and developing lesson plans, homework assignments, and assessments for the following subjects: homeroom, reading, writing, math, and ideally WILSON® Reading System.AIM Lower School teachers regularly collaborate to discuss student work, share best practices, and assess student progress. In addition, teachers are expected to form and maintain positive relationships with students’ families, including regular home-school communication and attendance at family conferences. All teachers are invited to participate in a variety of robust professional development opportunities throughout the academic year.Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to, attending faculty meetings, ordering instructional materials and supplies, developing Back-to-School Night presentations, attending a number of AIM community after-school events, and other duties as assigned by Administration throughout the school year. AIM seeks instructors who are committed to collegiality and have high expectations for all students. The ideal candidate will have certification in Elementary/Special Education and WILSON® Reading System. Prior experience teaching students with language-based learning differences and familiarity with the Responsive Classroom approach is preferred. Since AIM Academy is dedicated to the work of equity and diversity, candidates should value engaging in open dialogue, questioning, confronting assumptions, and attuning to all voices. We invite you to read our “Equity and Diversity Statement” located on our website at www.aimpa.org.  

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The Philadelphia School www.tpschool.org

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Friends Select School
Friends Select School friends-select.org

Friends Select School is a co-educational, pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade, college preparatory, independent school located in Center City Philadelphia. As a Quaker school committed to diversity, equity and inclusion, FSS actively seeks and warmly welcomes applicants from diverse and underrepresented populations. Friends Select School provides programs and services and equal opportunity in the administration of its educational and admissions policies, financial aid programs, employment and the selection of its governing board without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected class status.

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La Salle College High School www.lschs.org

LA SALLE COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL POSITION: TEACHER OF ENGLISH  STATUS: Full-time position for the 2024-25 academic year  REPORTS TO: Dean of Academics MISSION STATEMENT: La Salle College High School, a Catholic, independent, college preparatory school for young men of varied backgrounds, is conducted in the tradition of St. John Baptist de La Salle. Through a broad and balanced, human and Christian education, La Salle College High School guides each student in the development of his unique God-given talents and fosters a commitment to academic excellence, service, and leadership.  PRIMARY ROLES: La Salle College High School is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated teacher of English who is passionate about student engagement, active learning, the promotion of critical reading, thinking and writing, and developing communication skills. The ideal candidate will have a strong foundation teaching English, excellent communication and organizational skills, and a creative approach to teaching. The successful candidate will be able to teach the content effectively and, in the spirit of our Lasallian Catholic context, connect with adolescent young men in positive and meaningful ways. Lasallian education is about “teaching minds and touching hearts”. Our teachers inspire and shape the lives of our students through their interactions both in and outside of the classroom.  RESPONSIBILITIES:Teach six sections of English - three one-hour classes a day.Assess student progress through various assessment methods and provide timely, meaningful, actionable, and individualized student feedback. Create a positive and inclusive classroom environment for all students. Fulfill additional roles of full-time faculty members, e.g., managing a proctor assignment and being a homeroom moderator. Option to get involved moderating an extracurricular activity, and/or contributing to a campus ministry activity.Productively collaborate with colleagues in departmental and school-wide initiatives. Willingly collaborate with departmental colleagues to follow the existing curriculum and when possible, contribute ideas to enhance it.  QUALIFICATIONS: Clear commitment to the mission of the school which emphasizes teaching the whole student and meeting the diverse needs of students. Experience with teaching techniques that produce active student engagement, include real-world applications of content and skills covered, and provide meaningful student feedback. Passion for the academic subject matter being taught and working with adolescent young men to develop to their fullest potential. Excellent oral, written, interpersonal, and organizational skills. Working knowledge of current technology with a proclivity to try new technologies. Commitment to the professionalism of a teacher, e.g., attendance, punctuality, respectful interactions with all community members, timely responses to all requests for communication, and ongoing professional development.   EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: ·      Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred. ·      Teaching experience in secondary education highly preferred.·      Teaching certificate in secondary English instruction preferred but not required.   HOW TO APPLY: Apply online at https://www.lschs.org/about-la-salle/employment by uploading a letter of interest and a current resume.  BENEFITS: In addition to a full-time salary, La Salle offers a robust benefits package that includes health plans, life insurance, short- and long-term disability, retirement plans, lunch allowance, tuition remission, and professional development funding.  EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY:La Salle College High School is committed to an equal employment opportunity policy in all aspects of employment and does not discriminate or tolerate discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender, pregnancy, national origin, citizenship, age, marital status, handicap, or disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or on any other characteristic protected by law. Equal employment opportunity will be extended to all persons in all employment practices and decisions of La Salle College High School including recruitment, hiring, promotion, job assignment or reassignment, transfer, compensation, discipline, termination, access to benefits, training, and other terms and conditions of employment. La Salle College High School seeks candidates of diverse backgrounds and experiences to enhance our school community. La Salle is committed to fostering and cultivating a culture that values diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in our student body and staff. 

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Plymouth Meeting Friends School
Plymouth Meeting Friends School www.pmfs1780.org

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Westtown School
Westtown School www.westtown.edu

Westtown School is an independent, Quaker co-educational, pre-K to 12 college preparatory day and boarding school located in suburban West Chester, PA, approximately 30 miles from Philadelphia. On a beautiful 600-acre campus, Westtown offers facilities where our committed faculty and staff inspire and prepare our students to be stewards and leaders of a better world.

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Holy Child Academy www.holychildacademy.com

Holy Child Academy seeks a dynamic and results-oriented professional for the role of Director of Development and Alumni Relations. In its 97 year, HCA offers outstanding academic, performing arts, and athletic programs for students in Nursery through eighth grade. As a Catholic, independent school, HCA is proud of its 97-year history and its diverse community, welcoming families of all faiths. The Director will join a collegial team of professionals committed to meeting the needs of children in a joyful, creative learning environment.Reporting to the Head of School, the Director of Development and Alumni Relations is responsible for designing and implementing a comprehensive fundraising plan to achieve the Academy’s annual and long-range financial goals. The Director also is responsible for engaging and cultivating relationships with the Academy’s alumni. Primary responsibilities include promoting and growing the Annual Fund, building resources for financial aid through the Pennsylvania EITC/OSTC tax credit program, planning and executing fundraising and donor events including the school’s annual benefit and silent auction, and managing the Development Office database.Qualified candidates will possess two to five years of experience in fundraising coupled with a commitment to the value of private education and a desire to advance the mission and philosophy of Holy Child Academy. The successful candidate will possess outstanding interpersonal and organizational skills, a self-directed and entrepreneurial spirit, mature judgment, and the capacity to collaborate effectively with trustees, parents, alumni, and faculty and staff colleagues. Excellent communication skills and the ability to manage social media are essential for the position in addition to proficiency with Microsoft Office products to manage data, prepare Board reports and make presentations. Experience working with fundraising software programs such as Raiser’s Edge as well as experience managing EITC/OSTC tax credit programs would be preferred. Experience working with trustees and managing Board committees is also preferred. A Bachelor’s degree is required along with the ability to work some nights and weekends and travel locally.Holy Child Academy is an equal opportunity employer, committed to recruiting and supporting a diverse mix of talented and passionate professionals. We welcome educators who will advance our mission of educating boys and girls of all faiths, races, and ethnicities in an environment of trust, respect, and inclusion, preparing students to thrive in an increasingly interconnected world. Minority candidates are encouraged to apply.Forward resumes to [email protected]

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William Penn Charter School
William Penn Charter School penncharter.tedk12.com

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The Meadowbrook School
The Meadowbrook School www.themeadowbrookschool.org

Nestled on a lovely 16-acre wooded campus in a quiet residential area in Abington Township, The Meadowbrook School is an independent co-ed day school with students from Age 3 through 6th grade.As an intentionally elementary community, focusing only on ages three to 6th grade, we respect childhood-and the unique opportunities these pivotal years bring. We are not concentrating on high schools, colleges, or careers just yet. Instead, we encourage our students to experiment, learn, and discover, knowing they will be supported and uplifted every step of the way by people who care. Most of all, we want each child to know the joyful exuberance of being a kid. Where your child goes to school won't determine if they are happy and successful in life. But who they are and how they manage and overcome challenges, think through problems, and confidently assert themselves will. And at Meadowbrook, that's what we are all about. Our mission is to bring life to learning for elementary-aged children.

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Friends School Mullica Hill www.friendsmh.org

Friends School Mullica HillMullica Hill, NJhttp://www.friendsmh.org Friends School Mullica Hill founded 1969, serves 175 students on a twenty-six acre campus in Mullica Hill, NJ.  It is the only Quaker school in Gloucester County New Jersey, and is governed by a self-appointing Board of Trustees, some of whom are members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).  The school prides itself on diversity in belief, ethnicity, and socioeconomic background. The School is a nurturing and caring community that focuses on the development of elementary and middle school students in a setting that meets their needs – academic, artistic, athletic, and spiritual. Graduates of the school attend a variety of private, parochial, and public high schools in the tri-state area.   For more information, visit: https://www.friendsmh.org/about/head-of-school-search/ Position Available: Head of SchoolJob Description:  Full TimeApplication date: September 1, 2024Job posting expiration date: September 30, 2024Applicants should supply the following materials:Cover letter, resume, statement of educational philosophy, and five referencesCori McMahon, Psy.D.Clerk, Board of TrusteesFriends School Mullica Hill15 High StreetMullica Hill, NJ [email protected] 856-478-2908

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Waldron Mercy Academy
Waldron Mercy Academy www.waldronmercy.org

Waldron Mercy Academy is a Catholic co-ed Mercy Academy for students from infancy to eighth grade sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy.

Newtown Friends School
Newtown Friends School www.newtownfriends.org

Founded in 1948, Newtown Friends School is a prekindergarten through 8th grade Quaker day school in Newtown, Pennsylvania, located 30 miles northeast of Philadelphia. The School offers an innovative and challenging academic program, grounded in Quaker values, where all students and faculty are valued and supported, regardless of gender, age, race, religion, ethnic origin, or sexual orientation. Organized in two divisions, Lower and Upper, Newtown Friends serves 260 students. Additional information about the School may be found on our website at www.newtownfriends.org.

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