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Career Center

Teaching

Episcopal schools are open and inclusive communities grounded in the traditions and values of the Episcopal Church. As such, they seek students, teachers, and administrators from many different backgrounds, traditions, and perspectives.

Episcopal schools are also committed to academic excellence. They seek teachers who have a strong academic background in the position to which they are applying. Teachers who relish the prospect of being a fully engaged member of the school community. Teachers committed to the intellectual, social, emotional, and spiritual development of each student.

Episcopal schools are part of the larger community of non-public, independent schools. As such, each school determines its own mission and educational program. The duties and qualifications for a given position are determined by each school, as are salaries and benefits. A teaching license or certification may or may not be required.

If you are considering a teaching position in an Episcopal school, we invite you to explore our website and to learn more about what makes Episcopal schools unique. 

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